Windows Task Manager

Windows Task Manager is a software application found in MS Windows NT family of operating system such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 2000 and Windows 7, etc. It provides brief information about system throughput and response time and allows users to view each of the tasks running on the system and each of the processes, CPU usage, memory information, network activity and statistics. In addition, it can also be used to set process priorities, forcibly terminate processes, processor affinity and shut down, hibernate, restart or log off from Windows.

Launching Task Manager

The Task Manager can be run using the following methods:

List of tabs in Task Manager

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