2 replies on 11 ways to manage running processes with the Task Manager in Windows 10

  1. danwat1234 says:

    The only thing I don’t like about the new Task Manager is that on the “Processes” tab (the tab with the heat map), the memory values in the memory column is of “Memory (Private Working Set)”, not “Working Set: (Memory)”.
    So, in the processes tab, you don’t see the true amount of RAM some process is using, usually it is slighter larger and sometimes a much larger value in real life. You can see the true value in the Details tab if you have the “Working Set: (Memory)” column.

    1 other little gripe is that the new task manager is a bit bloated, needs a bit of code refinement. It takes about 1 seconds to load up on a 3GHZ Core 2 duo machine even if cached in memory (not hard drive bottleneck). About 3 seconds if not in RAM yet. The Windows 7 Task Manager was a lot smaller program.

    All in all I like the new task manager, it adds a lot of usefulness and the slowality really is a big deal since I’m a speed freak and my next computer will probably have 3x the single core performance so it’ll be super fast again.

    Windows 8; Just disable Metro with Start8 and there you go, a nice efficient OS.

  2. Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

    Those are some interesting bits of information. Thanks for sharing them.

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