When Windows 10 or 8 does not work as expected, the Task Manager helps us. This tool will show what slows down your computer and allows us to stop some programs. Let’s see how to use it.
Starting the Task Manager by the shortcut icon
“Task Manager” can be run the fastest, with the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + Esc. We can also enter the
To make it easier to enable Task Manager, it’s a good idea to pin its icon to the taskbar. To do this, after opening it, right-click on its icon on the toolbar and choose Pin to taskbar. You can also right-click in the system search engine in the results on the Task Manager, right-click and point to “Pin to taskbar”.
Detecting and solving performance problems
In the Task Manager window, we will see and stop applications overloading the computer. On the “Processes” tab, we’ll see all Windows programs and functions in operation, including those working in the background. If we click on the column heading “CPU processor”, we will see at the top those that burden the processor the most. Clicking on the headings of the “Memory, Disk and Network” columns will display the most dazed applications in a given category. Programs that do not answer our commands (suspended) are the easiest to find, sorting them alphabetically – just click on the “Name” category. To disable such a program, click on its name and bottom right on the “End task“.
Giving the program greater efficiency
Task Manager allows you to make settings so that the program will have more power until the next restart of the PC. To do this, click on the selected program right mouse button: and select “Go to details “, right-click on the selected process and select “Set priority“, then on – ” High“. Click on ” Change the priority “.
Overview of computer information
In the Task Manager, we can control information about the performance of the computer. On the “Performance” tab, after clicking on the left side of the “CPU” we can see the CPU load. We can also click on “Memory, Disk and possibly on the GPU (graphics card)” to observe
Accelerate computer startup
Many programs start with Windows and slow down computer startup. After clicking on the “Startup” tab, you will see in the “Impact on startup” column, to what extent they slow down the system startup. To disable the program from Windows startup, right-click on it and select Disable. To turn it back on, click Enable. We can