Occasionally, one program uses up all of your computer’s processing resources. Use Task Manager to figure out which program that is. by Leo A. Notenboom https://askleo.com/3003 #askleo #TaskManager Related Posts Process Explorer – A Powerful Free Replacement for Task Manager - Process Explorer is Task Manager on steroids. A free utility that completely replaces Task Manager, there's no reason not to have and use procexp. What Can I Disable in Task Manager’s Startup List? - Task Manager shows many of the items that run automatically when you start your machine. What you need and what you don't depends on many factors. Why Is My Task Manager Disabled, and How Do I Fix It? - Task manager can be disabled manually, but more commonly it's disabled by a virus. It's easy to re-enable once you're virus-free. How Do I Figure Out My Windows Edition? - The "edition" of Windows you're running -- Home, Pro, or others -- defines some of the features made available. It's not difficult to find out which edition you have.