In Windows 11, Task Manager has received a number of improvements, both in terms of interface and features. For example, if ever, Windows users in general have a habit of launching Task Manager by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting the corresponding option. With Windows 11, this has changed a bit, you will have more ways to access the Task Manager.
Whether you are looking to troubleshoot or simply monitor your system resources, here are 6 different methods to launch Task Manager in Windows 11.
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Search in the Start menu
You can also open the Start menu and search for the keyword “Task Manager”. You will see the corresponding results returned on the first line. Click the Task Manager’s icon to launch the utility.
Right click on the Start button
If you don’t want to use the keyboard to launch the 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 utility will immediately open.
Using Command Prompt
If you want to launch Task Manager in a more “professional” way, you can also use the Command Prompt command line tool.
When the Command Prompt window opens, enter the command taskmgr on a blank line and press Enter. Task Manager will immediately open.
Using the Run window
Similar to Command Prompt, you can also run Task Manager from Windows Run. Press Windows R to open the Run dialog box and enter the keyword “taskmgr”, then click “OK” or press Enter. Task Manager will immediately open.
Press Ctrl Alt Delete
And finally, if all the options above don’t work, you can also access the Task Manager from the screen Ctrl Alt Delete. After pressing Ctrl Alt Delete on your keyboard, you will see a black screen with a few options in the center. Click “Task Manager” and the task manager will open.