Let’s Breakdown Microsoft’s Task Manager

You may use the Task Manager on your Windows PC to get a list of all of the applications that are currently open in the background. Ultimately, that’s mostly how users utilize the tool. However, there’s more to it.

It is possible to use Task Manager to forcibly terminate a program that is currently running. In addition, Task Manager can be used to check the amount of system resources that are being utilized by each application and to determine which processes are launched automatically whenever your computer is turned on.

In short, this Windows OS feature collectively acquires information (CPU, memory performance, etc.) and remains available to users to keep their PC running as well as it can.

How to Access Task Manager

When you press and hold the Control key, the Alt key, and the Delete key all at the same time, a new window will appear. On the Windows Security screen, you will see the option to access Task Manager. You can also simply go to the Start menu and type in “Task Manager”.

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