Windows Task Manager is a task manager application that provides detailed information about computer performance and running applications, processes and CPU usage, commit charge and memory information, and system services. The Task Manager can also be used to set process priorities, processor affinity, forcibly terminate processes, and shut down, restart, hibernate or log off from Windows. The task list was capable of listing currently running processes and killing them, or creating a new process.
Why Need Task Manager Back?
Many times due to viruses like spywares, Trojans, your Task Manager Gets disable, also if you’re using a system having multiple profiles then Task Manager can be disabled by your administrator. So in that case if you need to your Task Manager back you need to follow these few simple steps.
# 3 Simple Steps to Get Task Manager Back
1) Download and install TASKMANAGERFIX in your system.
2) Due to restrictions your installation may failed so if the installations get failed then you don’t need to worry just change its path at the time of installation and install in “Student” folder.
3) Once the installation is finish you’ll be able to use your Task Manager freely.
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To launch Task Manager simply right click on task bar and select Task Manager or use CTRL+ALT+DEL to launch it directly. Let me know in comments how you like the tutorial on “3 Simple Steps to Get Task Manager Back”.