If you’re used to Windows, you’re probably already familiar with Task Manager, or Task manager in English. On Windows 11, the principle is the same as on Windows 10: it allows access to certain useful features and there are several ways to use them. Here’s how.
On Windows 11 as on Windows 10, the Task Manager allows you to do many things. It allows, for example, to display the running applications and processes, to stop them, to modify their priorities, to switch from one program to another, to access the start-up and shutdown functions or even to monitor performance information.
In other words, it is a extremely useful tool, a staple of the Microsoft operating system. Learning to call it and how to use it can only do you a favor. But how do you go about opening it on Windows 11? Follow the guide.
How to open Task Manager on Windows 11?
On Windows 11, the Task Manager starts in the same way as on Windows 10. In other words, you will have to either make a combination of keys on your keyboard so that it starts (the simplest), or go through Windows. We have gathered all the existing methods to open Task Manager on Windows 11 below, here they are.
- The fastest method: press the keys Ctrl + Shift + Esc to immediately display the Task Manager.
- The method if you don’t want to use a keyboard shortcut: click on the Windows logo (or the Windows key on your keyboard) and type “task manager”. Choose it from the search result.
- Another alternative method: press the keys Windows + R for throwing Execute.
- Type “taskmgr.exe” in the field provided then Search.
- One last alternative method: press the keys Ctrl + Alt + Of the (or Ctrl + Alt + Del).
- A black screen appears and several options are available to you: select Task Manager, located at the bottom.
And there you have it, you now know all the ways to launch Task Manager on Windows 11! Also find our tutorial on how to take a screenshot on Windows 11.