Why is your task manager on high cpu usage?

Answer The Windows Task Manager keeps tabs on all the software that's running on your computer, particularly how much memory and how much of the CPU (Central Processing Unit) is being used by each program... Read More »

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What is cpu usage in the task manager?

The task manager is an administrative tool in Windows operating systems; central processing unit (CPU) usage in the task manager indicates what percentage of your CPU's processing power the compute... Read More »

How to Open Your Task Manager?

Want to install or end the process of a program. To do that, you need a Windows Task Manager. Don't know how to open your Task Manager? Don't worry, this article will tell you how. So just grab a b... Read More »

What should be in your task manager?

The task manager should show five tabs titled "Applications," "Processes," "Performance," "Networking" and "Users," in that order. The standard menu options including "File," "Options," "View," "Wi... Read More »

On my computer when i do control + alt + del its says task manager has been disabled by your administrater?

Note. You need windows XP, i don't know if it would work on vista.ask the admin to unblock it, if you want to get in and change his/her password (and you know they'll allow it), make sure you have ... Read More »