Task Manager Shortcut Key, it’s easy and flexible to use windows shortcut keys to open any window, here in this article we discuss the use of task manager and its shortcut key.
Task Manager Shortcut Key Is Ctrl+Shift+Escape
Task Manager Usage
No wonder if many people search for shortcut key for windows task manager because it has got a lot feature in-built, the main feature is to measure the capacity utilization of computer in terms of CPU and memory usage and other key feature is to kill a process which not responding causing the desktop to hang, here are important tasks we can do with task manager.
Killing a process
Before we discussing how to kill a process using task manger we need to open, you can open with shortcut key Ctrl+Shift+Escape or press control + Alt + Del keys from key board to get task manager opened.
there is another way one can open task manager by right-clicking on taskbar and then click on task manager to open it, under process tab you can find the process that you want to kill, then right-click on that process and choose an end option to kill the process, please the screenshot below.
The Task Manager’s Tabs
This process tab displays all the list of running applications and background processes on your computer along with usage of CPU, memory, disk, network, GPU and other items.
This process tab displays all the graphs showing total CPU, memory, disk, network, and GPU resource utilization for your computer.
This App History tab displays Information about how much CPU and network resources apps have used for your current user account.
This Startup tab displays all the list of your computer startup programs, which includes all applications Windows automatically starts when you log into your user account.
This user tab displays all the users who are currently logged in or connected to your computer.
This Detaisl tab displays more detailed information about the processes running on your computer.
This Services tab displays Management of system services. This is the same information one can get in services.msc.
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