Where Did the Task Manager Go in Windows 11?

Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 11 is introducing all kinds of changes, some of which are a little bit more subtle and users come across them as they explore the new operating system.

One of them, for example, concerns the Task Manager, a must-have tool that pro users turn to in order to deal with hanging processes or keep an eye on the performance of the system.

In the previous Windows versions, including in Windows 10, launching the Task Manager was as simple as right-clicking the taskbar, as the context menu included a shortcut specifically for this purpose.

In Windows 11, however, this option is gone, as Microsoft has disabled the taskbar context menu to keep things as simple as possible.

How to launch the Task Manager in Windows 11

But the Task Manager didn’t go anywhere in Windows 11, and you can still launch it with just a few clicks by simply right-clicking the Start menu. So instead of right-clicking the taskbar, you just need to do the wh… (read more)
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Juniya Sankara

I love everything to do with Microsoft Windows, and the new Windows 10 is great so far. I love to spend my time researching on how viruses and bacteria work in my personal lab. I also enjoy history and comics.