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Change Data Update Speed for Task Manager in Windows 10

Change Data Update Speed for Task Manager in Windows 10

How to Change Data Update Speed for Task Manager in Windows 10

Windows 8 and Windows 10 have a new Task Manager app. It looks completely different compared to Windows 7's Task Manager and has different features. It comes with a number of options that can be customized by the user, including its update speed for its graphs and app lists.

Disable Minimize On Use For Task Manager in Windows 10

Disable Minimize On Use For Task Manager in Windows 10

How to Disable Minimize On Use For Task Manager in Windows 10

Windows 8 and Windows 10 have a new Task Manager app. It looks completely different compared to Windows 7's Task Manager and has different features. It comes with a number of options that can be customized by the user, including the 'Minimize On Use' feature.

Minimize Task Manager to Notification Area in Windows 10

Minimize Task Manager to Notification Area in Windows 10

Windows 8 and Windows 10 have a new Task Manager app. It looks completely different compared to Windows 7's Task Manager and has different features. It comes with a number of options that can be customized by the user. One of them allows minimizing the Task Manager to the system tray area and hide its taskbar button.

Reset Task Manager to Defaults in Windows 10

Reset Task Manager to Defaults in Windows 10

Windows 8 and Windows 10 have a new Task Manager app. It looks completely different compared to Windows 7's Task Manager and has different features. It comes with a number of options that can be customized by the user. If you are not happy with the current settings of Task Manager, you can quickly reset them for your user account in Windows 10.

Force Enable Default Tab Feature in Windows 10 Task Manager

Force Enable Default Tab Feature in Windows 10 Task Manager

With Windows 10 version 1903, also known as "19H1", it will be possible to set a default tab for the Task Manager app. As you may remember, the classic Task Manager was able to remember the last open tab. The modern Task Manager app is missing that feature, so the ability to set a default tab is a welcome change for users who regularly switch between tabs. Unfortunately, the new feature is currently locked. It is only available to

Set Default Tab for Task Manager in Windows 10

Set Default Tab for Task Manager in Windows 10

With Windows 10 version 1903, also known as "19H1", it will be possible to set a default tab for the Task Manager app. As you may remember, the classic Task Manager was able to remember the last open tab. The modern Task Manager app is missing that feature, so the ability to set a default tab is a welcome change for users who regularly switch between tabs.

See DPI Awareness in Task Manager in Windows 10

See DPI Awareness in Task Manager in Windows 10

If you are following Windows 10 development, you may already know that Windows 10 Build 18262 adds a new column to the Task Manager app, which allows viewing DPI awareness for apps. The column can be enabled on the Details tab.

Power Usage in Task Manager in Windows 10 Version 1809

Power Usage in Task Manager in Windows 10 Version 1809

If you are following Winaero, you may be already aware that two new columns have been added to the Windows 10 Task Manager. They are "Power usage" and "Power usage trend", both available on the Processes tab.

Backup Task Manager Settings in Windows 10

Backup Task Manager Settings in Windows 10

Windows 8 and Windows 10 have a new Task Manager app. It looks completely different compared to Windows 7's Task Manager and has different features. It can analyze the performance of various hardware components and also shows you all the processes running in your user session. It is possible to backup Task Manager settings Backup in order to transfer them to another user account or Windows 10 PC, or before making a change in its options. Here is how.

How to Find Which User Runs a Process in Windows 10

How to Find Which User Runs a Process in Windows 10

As you may already know, Windows 10 is a multi-user operating system. This means that multiple users can run apps simultaneously in the OS, without interrupting one another. Also, most of the system services and background processes are running under special built-in isolated and restricted accounts. In this article, we will see how to find which user account runs a process in Windows 10.