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Task Manager - Add or Remove Columns

How to Add or Remove Columns in Task Manager in Vista and Windows 7
Published by Brink
08 May 2010
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How to Add or Remove Columns in Task Manager in Vista and Windows 7

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This will show you how to add or remove columns in the Processes, Networking, and Users tabs in the Windows 7 or Vista Task Manager.

All Changes made will be remembered for when you close and open Task Manager until you make new changes.




Here's How:
1. Right click on a empty space on the taskbar and click on Task Manager, OR press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC.

2. To Add or Remove Columns in the Processes Tab
A) Click on the Processes tab, then click on View (menu bar) and Select Columns. (see screenshot below)
NOTE: The sceenshot below shows the added Base Priority (Base Pri) column added.
-processes_columns.jpg
B) Check or Uncheck the boxes to add or remove the available columns of your choice, then click on OK.
3. To Add or Remove Columns in the Networking Tab
A) Click on the Networking tab, then click on View (menu bar) and Select Columns. (see screenshot below)
-networking_columns.jpg
B) Check or Uncheck the boxes to add or remove the available columns of your choice, then click on OK.
4. To Add or Remove Columns in the Users Tab
A) Click on the Users tab, then click on View (menu bar) and Select Columns. (see screenshot below)
-users_columns.jpg
B) Check or Uncheck the boxes to add or remove the available columns of your choice, then click on OK.
5. When finished, you can close Task Manager.
That's it,
Shawn



08 May 2010   #1
CarlTR6

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 

Another good tutorial, Shawn. Thanks once again.


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08 May 2010   #2
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 10
 
 

Thank you Carl.
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