Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Task Manager, part of Learning Windows 7.
- All right when we talk about performance tools,…we talk about the integrity, the…reliability of Windows Seven.…One of the most powerful tools, it's been around…in the Windows operating system…for some time, is the Task Manager.…And in Windows Seven the Task Manager is perceived…to be so important that they're actually giving…you lots of different ways to get to it,…and they've enhanced what the Task Manger does.…Now there's some other performance tools, as well…that we'll want to look at, but let's start…with getting into the Task Manger.…So how many of you get to the Task Manager?…How do you do that, Mike?…Okay, control alt delete.…
Well I'm not sure I want to do that,…but I'm gonna give it a shot.…If I do control alt delete on my box,…one of my options is start Task Manager.…So you're right, that gets me into Task Manager,…but what happens if a standard user,…guided by someone at the help desk,…who really wants to go look at Task Manager processes…or settings is told to do control alt delete, okay?…Yeah if they're impatient or they do…
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