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Process name: Windows Task Manager
Application using this process: Microsoft Windows Operating System
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What is taskmgr.exe doing on my computer?
The taskmgr.exe process is the file used to launch Windows Task Manager. When the taskmgr.exe file is launched, it displays information about the processes and programs running in your system. This MS Windows utility also shows centrally used performance statistics based on the activity of the processes.
Through the taskmgr.exe file, the activity of the running processes can be assessed with the use of more than 15 parameters, review graphs, and data on CPU and memory usage. For instance, a computer connected to a network will appear on Windows Task Manager with almost every bit of its network status information, and the user can view how the network works with these details.
Users connected to the computer network can be seen on the user interface of the taskmgr.exe file, and the programs used by each user are listed on Windows Task Manager.
taskmgr.exe is a system process that is needed for your PC to work properly. It should not be removed. Check your system now to identify unused processes that are slowing down your computer.
Is taskmgr.exe harmful?
Can I stop or remove taskmgr.exe?
Is taskmgr.exe CPU intensive?
Why is taskmgr.exe giving me errors?System process issues are mainly a result of conflicting applications running on your PC. Consider uninstalling any applications you are not using and using SpeedUpMyPC to scan your system for unused process and services.
Why do I have multiple instances of taskmgr.exe?
The system sometimes dedicates more resources to a specific task by generating multiple instances of one process. However this can also be a symptom of a virus or trojan infection. Make sure you always use an updated antivirus and run a full scan.
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