Windows 10: Windows 10’s new Task Manager for gaming is now rolling out

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  1. WinLatest New Member

    Windows 10’s new Task Manager for gaming is now rolling out


    Windows Task Manager allows you to monitor apps, services, and processes running on your desktop. You can also use Windows 10 Task Manager to stop programs but it doesn’t always work properly when you try to access it in games or certain apps.

    Microsoft has been working on a new modern Task Manager that will help you access informative statistics about your system performance and GPU without leaving or crashing a game.

    This new modern Task Manager for Windows 10 is built right into the Xbox Game Bar and it’s designed to work with both games and your apps, including Google Chrome or Edge.

    The modern Task Manage is officially called ‘Resources Monitor’ and it was released last month as part of an Insider preview update. Less than three weeks later, the feature has finally appeared for non-Insiders after they updated Xbox Game Bar from the Microsoft Store.

    Note that the update is only rolling out to select users in the production channels of Windows 10, such as the version 2004, version 1909, or version 1903.

    It appears to be a gradual rollout and not everyone is receiving the update, so you can most likely expect to see it by November.

    Windows 10’s new Task Manager for gaming is now rolling out Xbox-Game-Bar-widgets.jpg

    As you can see in the above screenshot, Windows 10’s modern resources monitor tool is part of the Xbox Game Bar’s new Widgets menu and store.

    The homepage of the Xbox Game Bar Resources widget lets you find you a list of processes (instances of programs) running in the background and their system usage. It basically allows you to monitor the resources-intensive programs that might be running in the background and affecting the performance of the game.

    Windows 10’s new Task Manager for gaming is now rolling out Resources-Monitor-widget.jpg

    You can click on the cross button to end a process, but remember that ending a process will cause you to lose unsaved data and terminating game-associated processes will also crash the game.

    You’ll be able to access the above screen by pressing Win + G and it’s definitely a better way to monitor the running processes without leaving a game.

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    WinLatest, Oct 16, 2020
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  2. dotmarty Win User

    Windows 10 - cannot add exec to Startup in Task Manager

    I purchased a new computer with Windows 10 already installed. I am trying to add an exec to the startup list but Win10 will not accept it. The exec runs successfully on my Windows 10 machine if I start it manually.

    Steps I've taken: Task Manager, Startup Tab, File>Run New Task. (browse to location, select.) It will start immediately, but does not show up on the list to autostart, nor does it start on reboot.

    Any suggestions?
     
    dotmarty, Oct 16, 2020
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  3. Every task I end remains in the task manager for over 10 minutes?

    Well lads.

    The last couple of days I am having a strange issue with closing programs down,
    I only notice it with games.
    When ever I exit a game, it remains in the task manager for over 10 minutes and it cannot be ended in anyway. The only way to sort it out is to just wait around or restart the computer.

    I believe this has only just started to happen 2 days ago when I got my new GPU " ASUS Geforce GTX 560 Ti Direct CUII 900Mhz TOP "

    The software that was installed could have caused it??

    ASUS Splendid
    ASUS SmartDoctor
    ASUS GamerOSD

    Any suggestions?
     
    Irish_PXzyan, Oct 16, 2020
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  4. Ahhzz Win User

    Windows 10’s new Task Manager for gaming is now rolling out

    Windows 10 Tweaks

    Pressing “Windows+Pause Break” (it’s up there next to scroll lock) opens the “System” Window.

    Windows 10: In the new version of Windows, Explorer has a section called Quick Access. This includes your frequent folders and recent files. Explorer defaults to opening this page when you open a new window. If you’d rather open the usual This PC, with links to your drives and library folders, follow these steps:

    • Open a new Explorer window.
    • Click View in the ribbon.
    • Click Options.
    • Under General, next to “Open File Explorer to:” choose “This PC.”
    • Click OK


    credit to Lifehacker.
     
    Ahhzz, Oct 16, 2020
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