The Windows Task Manager is a powerful system utility tool that allows you to take control of the processes running on your PC and also provides valuable information about the available CPU and RAM resources. And it made the leap to Windows 11, where it's easy to access like never before.
Read on as we list the different ways you can start Windows Task Manager on the new Windows 11.
Launch Task Manager via the Start menu
- Find the menu icon Home on the taskbar (look for the Windows logo icon).
- Right-click on the icon Home and a context menu will appear.
- Finally, click Task Manager.
Using Windows Run
If you are a technical user and want to run Task Manager with a command instead, you can use the Run window:
- Awards Win + R surrounds him Run nel menu Start.
- To type taskmgr in the window Run and click Ok.
Using the keyboard shortcut
There are two different keyboard shortcuts that you can use to launch Task Manager very quickly.
For the first keyboard shortcut, press Ctrl + Alt + Canc, then select Task Manager from the list of options. You can also shut down your PC, log out and switch user accounts using this shortcut.
The second keyboard shortcut starts the Windows Task Manager directly. Simply press Ctrl + Shift + Esc and the Task Manager window will appear as usual.
Run Task Manager via Command Prompt
It might seem overwhelming to start Task Manager via the command prompt, however it is possible, and here's how you can do it:
- Launch the menu Home and search Command Prompt .
- Click on the best match and the command prompt console will appear.
- Type the following command, hit enter and Task Manager will start immediately.