Microsoft has just released a new Windows 10 19H1 build to the Fast ring of its preview program, and this version comes with a few handy improvements to usability. Starting with the fact that it now lets you uninstall built-in apps like Groove and Paint 3D. If they’re not your type, so to say. Redmond provided the...

These days just about every computer on the market features at least two cores, even many Atom netbooks and even some tablets. The great thing about multiple core processing is the ability to do certain tasks more efficiently, but this only works if programs are designed to take advantage of multi-core setups, right?...

Microsoft have continued to share a little more about their improvements to Windows 7 in the form of Windows 8. This time, they are focusing on the task manager and the ability to handle multiple cores in a more intuitive manner. They show the old Windows 7 Task Manager CPU performance tab on a system with 160 logical...

In a new post on their Windows 8 Dev Blog, Microsoft have gone into detail about some of the changes that they are making to the task manager in Windows 8. They built the new task manager in order to address the following challenges: Building a tool that was well designed, thoughtful, and modern. Fill some of the...

Windows 8 Task Manager – Manage Processes Windows 8 Task Manager – Dashboard Task manager 2

Well after 100 years, the Windows Task Manager may be getting a refresh… The new Task Manager is a combination of Microsoft’s Task Manager interface and Microsoft’s Resource Monitor. Processes are now listed in a coloured interface to demonstrate their strain on the system. New changes include a new breadcrumb allowing...