Articles tagged: task manager
Changing the order of Startup items in Windows isn’t supported. Any techniques to attempt to do so are risky and error prone.
Occasionally, one program uses all of your computer’s processing resources. Using Task Manager, it’s easy to figure out which program that is.
Windows startup is a complex process further complicated by the number of programs that add themselves to the list. Paring it down takes work.
Windows comes with its own little CPU meter built in. You can access it using Task Manager.
Many people are experiencing high CPU usage, often 100%, in svchost. Svchost is not a virus, but many people think it acts like one.