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The four surprising abilities of Task Manager in Windows 7

Assignment Manager is regularly used to take care of issues, for example, closing down a suspended application or checking framework assets. Plus, the Task Manager of Windows 7 professional product key has numerous other intriguing capacities that you may not know. 
As a matter of first importance, here are two helpful approaches to open Task Manager: Right tap on Taskbar and select Task Manager or essentially press Ctrl + Shift + Esc. 
1 Send a message to another record utilizing your PC 
From the <> Users </Users> tab in Task Manager, you can see which client accounts are signed on to the PC. Simply select a record and press <> Send Message ... on the off chance that you need to make an impression on them. 
2 Sort and oversee windows 
The <> Applications> tab in <> Task Manager shows every single open program windows. You can double tap to open a program or right-click and select <> Minimize or <> Maximize to cover up or demonstrate the window product key. On the off chance that you select different windows (hold down <Ctrl> and snap) and after that right-click, you can organize them on a level plane or vertically. 
3 Tracing the longest CPU utilization 
The <Processes> tab shows the procedures that are utilizing the CPU of the machine. Not stop there, you can see which application has utilized the CPU with the CPU Time segment. As a matter of course, this segment is covered up, to show it, select the <> View menu, press <> Select Columns and select <> CPU Time. 
Presently, you tap on the CPU Time section to sort in sequential request utilizing the CPU. Note that the <> Processes label just demonstrates the applications that are running, on the off chance that you have shut an application, you can not know to what extent it has been utilizing the CPU. 
4 Process need administration 
Every window procedure has its own need setting: The high need process will be utilized before the CPU needs it and the other way around. You can set this property for an application by right-tapping on the application, moving the cursor to <> Set Priority and picking the request from high to low.

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