How To Access Task Manager Command Line
When computer starts, there are processes that start running in the background. Though you may not see these processes, these are used by the computer to perform different functions. Programs that are set to automatically start will also load up before the computer will be completely ready to be used. The task manager is a program that shows all the programs and processes running in the background as well as the amount of memory used. The task manager command line allows you to access the task manager program.
Accessing the task manager command line is helpful when there are processes that you need to end which may be conflicting with other programs. There are instances that you get an error message saying you need to close a particular program to proceed when you don’t see the interface of the program anymore. Since all processed and programs can be seen on the task manager interface, you can access this to easily end the program or process to proceed with what you need to do. Computer glitch may cause a function or feature not to work properly. For example, clicking on a particular icon usually opens up the program. If it doesn’t work when you try clicking it, try alternative ways on how to access the program by doing different steps or using other commands. This is also true with the task manager program. To open task manager program using task manager command line, click Start, click Run and type TASKMGR on the command prompt and hit the ENTER key on your keyboard. This should bring up the task manager window.
If accessing the task manager command line doesn’t work, try another way on how to access the task manager program. Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE key on your keyboard at the same time to open task manager.