Task manager is used to manage the running tasks/processe on your computer. You can end task, create new task, increase or decrease priority of a task, etc. So, in short all your running processes can be managed by the task manager.
This would be most familiar with the respect to the three-inch (AKA Ctrl + Alt + Del) Up until the spread of Windows Vista, press Ctrl + Alt + Del to bring you directly to the Windows Task Manager to Windows Vista, Ctrl + Alt + Del. We take you to a screen of the security of Windows, which allows the user to find other options, including the task Manager of Windows.
2. Right-Click Taskbar
The fastest way to bring up the Windows Task Manager by right-clicking the taskbar. And select the Task Manager. There are only a click, You’re staring at Task Manager in no time!, of course, you can create a script for Auto Hotkey take up the Windows Task Manager can be much faster. With the click of a button.
3. Run taskmgr
The Run command is a great tool for accessing shared folders. You can also use it to quickly up the registry editor or a command prompt. Click the Start button, then All Programs folder. Accessories folder, clicks the Run command. You also can press the Windows Key + R on your keyboard. Or, open the Run command in start menu, just type in your last "a" and press Enter.
Another Keyboard shortcuts now, to bring up the Task Manager in Windows is Ctrl + Shift + Esc, apart from bringing up the Task Manager of Windows while using Remote Desktop, you can also use Ctrl + Shift + Esc patronize the Task Manager. While working locally as well.
5) Browse to taskmgr.exe
This is certainly the longest way to open the Task Manager, but if that's your only option then it's better than nothing. Open Windows Explorer and navigate to C:\Windows\System32.Taskmgr.exe location should be the same in all versions of Windows, scroll down (or search) for taskmgr.exe and double click it.
6) Create taskmgr.exe Shortcut
And the last on our list creates a nice shortcut, available for the task manager on your desktop. Right click on your desktop and choose New, then click Shortcut. A new window will appear. Travel the same path as above, C:\Windows\System32. Scroll down until you see taskmgr.exe, highlight it and then click OK. Click next, type a name for your shortcut and finally click on Finish.