How to Use Microsoft Edge’s Task Manager in Windows 10
The new Microsoft Edge is here, and since it’s based on Chromium, it comes with a feature package that’s very similar to one of other browsers running on the same engine, including Google Chrome.
One of these features is a built-in Task Manager, which technically provides users with a closer look at the resource usage in the browser.
Just like in Windows 10, the Task Manager displays the memory, CPU, and network footprint, but this time not the processes running on the device are the ones that are being monitored, but the components of the browser.
Needless to say, the higher the resource usage of these browser modules, the bigger the impact on system performance, so if you notice a slower browser or device, this is one of the places you should check.
In Microsoft Edge, the Task Manager comes with pretty much the same look and feature lineup like its Google Chrome sibling, so if you’ve migrated from Google’s browser, there’s nothing new to discover here.