Windows 10 comes with a Task Manager which is similar to Windows 8 and radically different from the one in Windows 7 and earlier. It has some nice features, like the performance graph or startup impact calculation. It is able to control which apps launch during startup and can analyze performance of various hardware components. However, only the Processes tab shows if a process is 32-bit. So you might want to tweak the Details tab to show this information too.
The Task Manager app in Windows 7 and earlier showed 32-bit apps running on 64-bit Windows by appending *32 to their process name.
In Windows 10, the Task Manager app shows this information only on the "Processes" tab along with the name or title of the app.
To make it visible, do the following.
- Open Task Manager.
- Go to the Details tab in More details mode.
- Right click on the column headers row and click Select columns in the context menu:
- Tick the Platform column: