How to launch Task Manager in Windows 11
In Windows 11, the Task Manager is not just a right-click on the taskbar. Whether you’re troubleshooting or just looking at your system’s resources, there are six different ways to launch it instead.
Press Ctrl + Shift + Escape
The time-tested task manager keyboard shortcut still works in Windows 11. Just press Ctrl + Shift + Escape on your keyboard, and the Task Manager will appear.
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Right click the Start button
If you do not use the keyboard to launch Task Manager, you can right-click the Start button on your taskbar. In the menu that appears (often called the “Power Users Menu”), select “Task Manager”, and the Task Manager will launch.
Search at the beginning
You can also open the Start menu and search for “Task Manager”. The first result should be the Task Manager app. Click on its icon to launch the utility.
Use the command prompt
You can also run a task manager using a command prompt. Type when the command prompt window opens
taskmgr (TaskMaster – For some, the original program file name) On the blank line and press Enter. The task manager will run immediately.
Related: Here are 10 ways to open a command prompt in Windows 10
Run the window
Like a command prompt, you can run Task Manager from the Windows Runbox. Type and type to bring up the run window
taskmgr, And then click “OK” or press Enter. Task Manager will start.
Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete
And finally, if all these options don’t work for you, you can also go to the Task Manager from the Ctrl + Alt + Delete screen. After pressing Ctrl + Alt + Delete on your keyboard, you will see a black screen with some options in between. Click “Task Manager” and the Task Manager will open. good luck!
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