How to end a process quickly with Task Manager in Windows 10

In Windows 10, the Task Manager app has a number useful features. It can manage startup apps now and calculate their impact on startup performance. You can also see app history and copy process details quickly with it. In the "More details" mode, Task Manager has two tabs, Processes and Details, to control running apps. Today, I would like to share with you a very simple trick to kill a running app quickly.

Windows 10 apps do not show in App history of Task Manager [Fix]

The App history tab, which is part of the Task Manager app in Windows 10, is designed to show statistics for Modern apps that you use. It shows the CPU time of apps (which apps keep the CPU busy for the most amount of time), the amount of data each app has downloaded or uploaded, or consumed for showing live tiles, including the data consumption over a metered network and a non-metered one. However, sometimes the App history stops working and you may not figure out why. If you are not able to see your app usage history in the Windows 10 Task Manager, then you can try the fix described below.

How to copy process details from the Task manager in Windows 10

Windows 10 inherited its Task Manager from Windows 8. Compared with the old one from Windows 7, it is a completely different application. It features a simplified mode, and an advanced mode with more detailed performance information. There's added management of startup apps with a very useful "startup impact" calculation feature. Yet another interesting feature of the Task Manager is the ability to copy detailed information of an application or service with one keystroke.

All ways to open task manager in Windows 10

The Task Manager app which comes with Windows 10 is a special tool to maintain running processes including user apps, system apps and Windows services. It is able to control which apps start during the startup and even analyze performance of the whole OS. In this article, we will see how to start Task Manager in Windows 10.