Like Windows 8, Windows 10 comes with the new reimagined Task Manager app. It offers some new features which are okay but for many users, the classic Task Manager provides a superior way of task management, because it is familiar, fast and very usable. The new Task Manager does not even remember the last active tab and is slow to start. If you are one of those users who can see how good the old Task Manager was and wish to get it back in Windows 10, here are a few steps for you to do that.
Some users are extremely unhappy with new "modern" task manager in Windows 8. Although some of its functions are not bad, like the "command line" column in the task list or performance graph, I don't really need them. The old Task Manager provides a more consistent way of task management for me, it is familiar and the new one does not even remember the last active tab. So I am definitely one of those who want the good old, more usable Task Manager back in Windows 8. Let me show you how to do that with a few simple steps.