Four Methods to Entry the Process Supervisor on Home windows 11

Task Manager has made the leap from Windows 10 and offers all the known ways to call it up for action.

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Windows Task Manager is a powerful system utility that allows you to take control of the processes running on your PC and provide valuable information about available CPU and RAM resources. And it's made the leap to Windows 11, where it's easier than ever to access it.

Read on as we list the different ways you can start Windows Task Manager on the newly released Windows 11.

Starting Task Manager from the redesigned Windows 11 Start Menu is a pretty straightforward process:

  1. Find the begin Menu icon in the system tray (look for the Windows logo icon).

  2. Right click on the begin Icon and a context menu are displayed.

  3. Then click on Task manager.

2. Using Windows Run

If you're a tech-savvy user and want to run Task Manager with one command instead, you can use the Run window:

  1. Press Profit + r, or search for Run in the start menu.

  2. Type taskmgr by doing Run Window and click OK.

3. Using the keyboard shortcut

There are two different keyboard shortcuts that you can use to launch Task Manager very quickly.

Press for the first key combination Ctrl + Alt + Del and then select Task Manager from the list of options. You can also use this shortcut to turn off your PC, log out and switch user accounts.

The second key combination starts the Windows Task Manager directly. Just press Ctrl + Shift + Esc, and the Task Manager window will appear as usual.

4. Run Task Manager from the command prompt

Starting Task Manager from Command Prompt may seem like an exaggeration, but it is possible, and here is how you can do it:

  1. Start the begin Menu and search for command prompt.

  2. Click the best match and the prompt console will appear.

  3. Type the following command, hit Enter, and Task Manager will start immediately.

Related: How to Customize the Command Prompt in Windows

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Windows Task Manager is an increasingly important utility. Understanding how it works and how you can use it to optimize your PC is of the utmost importance. If your PC is prone to unexpected crashes and frozen apps, Task Manager is a great starting point to get to the root of the problem.

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M. Fahad Khawaja
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Fahad is a writer at MakeUseOf and is currently studying computer science. As an avid tech writer, he makes sure he stays up to date with the latest technology. He is particularly interested in football and technology.

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