What is Task Manager (Windows Processes)

Task Manager is the operating systems utility Windows, with which users can see real-time reports about the state of the system and the resources used. In the Task Manager we can see the processes that are actively running on the operating system, which are the processes that consume the most RAM memory or resources CPU. Also through the Task Manager we can identify processes of some viruses and malware applications running on our computer.

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