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UpdatedAug 28, 20đôi mươi, 2:35 pm EST| 2 min read
Bringing up Task Manager is not much of a task itself, but it’s always fun knowing different ways of doing things. And some of them might even come in handy if you can’t open Task Manager the way you’re used lớn.
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You’re probably familiar with the three-finger salute—Ctrl+Alt+Delete. Up until Windows Vista was released, pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete brought you directly khổng lồ Task Manager. Since Windows Vista, pressing Ctrl+Alt+Delete now brings you to the Windows Security screen, which provides options for locking your PC, switching users, signing out, và running Task Manager.
The quickest way khổng lồ bring up Task Manager—assuming your keyboard’s working—is lớn just press Ctrl+Shift+Esc. As a bonus, Ctrl+Shift+Esc offers a quick way khổng lồ bring up Task Manager while using Remote Desktop or working inside a virtual machine (since Ctrl+Alt+Delete would signal your local machine instead).
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Press Windows+X khổng lồ Access the nguồn User Menu
Windows 8 và Windows 10 both feature a Power nguồn User thực đơn that you can access by pressing Windows+X. The thực đơn features quichồng access lớn all kinds of utilities, including Task Manager.
Right-Clichồng the Taskbar
If you prefer mouse khổng lồ keyboard, one of the fasthử nghiệm ways khổng lồ bring up Task Manager is to right-cliông xã any open space on your taskbar and choose “Task Manager.” Just two clicks and you’re there.
Run “taskmgr” from the Run Box or Start Menu
The name of the executable file for Task Manager is “taskmgr.exe pháo.” You can launch Task Manager by hitting Start, typing “taskmgr” in the Start menu tìm kiếm box, and hitting Enter.
You can also run it by hitting Windows+R to lớn open the Run box, typing “taskmgr,” & then hitting Enter.
Browse to lớn taskmgr.exe cộ in File Explorer
You can also launch Task Manager by opening its executable directly. This is definitely the longest way of opening Task Manager, but we’re including it for the sake of completeness. Open up File Explorer & navigate to lớn the following location:
C:WindowsSystem32Scroll down & look (or search) for taskmgr.exe cộ, & then double cliông chồng it.
Create a Shortcut to Task Manager
And last on our danh mục is creating a nice, accessible shortcut lớn Task Manager. You can vì this in a couple of ways. To pin a shortcut to your taskbar, go ahead & run Task Manager using any of the methods we’ve covered. While it’s running, right-cliông chồng the Task Manager inhỏ on the taskbar & choose “Sạc Pin to lớn Taskbar.” After that, you’ll be able khổng lồ click the shortcut lớn run Task Manager anytime.
If you want khổng lồ create a shortcut on your desktop (or in a folder), right-clichồng any empty space where you want to create the shortcut, và then choose New > Shortcut.
In the Create Shortcut window, enter the following location inkhổng lồ the box and then press “Next.”
Type a name for the new shortcut, và then cliông xã “Finish.”
RELATED: Make a Shortcut khổng lồ Start Task Manager in Minimized Mode
That’s the end of our list! Some methods are obviously more efficient than others, but if you’re in a tough situation—keyboard or mouse not working, battling pesky malware vi khuẩn, or whatever—any method that works is a good one. You can also check out our guide on how khổng lồ start Task Manager in minimized mode during startup, so it will always be open when you turn your computer on.
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