domingo, 06 de mayo de 2012 19:51
Where can I find a descriptions of the items on the Task Manager Options menu?
Please don't tell they are obvious or respond with a descripition of each of them. I need an official Microsoft description of each option.
In general the help functions in Windows 7 are worthless because there is no way to limit it to the application you are using. So entering Options into the search function give you everything except the options associated with Task Manager.
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domingo, 06 de mayo de 2012 20:06
PS: Use process explorer instead
domingo, 06 de mayo de 2012 21:22
Why not use Process Explorer and Task Manager? There is an element of duplication but Task Manager does provide certains things that Process Explorer does not.
Hope this helps, Gerry
lunes, 07 de mayo de 2012 0:16Perhaps you should read my question again. Your answer has nothing to do with it.
lunes, 07 de mayo de 2012 4:43
Yes, I did it and here is the second iteration. 2/3 are from one Microsoft page, 1/3 is from discussion forum:
Task Manager might be set to Hide When Minimized.
When this setting is activated, Task Manager only
appears as a green graph icon in the notification
area, rather than appearing in the taskbar as other
programs do when minimized.
Open Task Manager by right-clicking the taskbar
and then clicking Task Manager.
Click the Options menu, and then make sure that
there is no check mark next to Hide When Minimized.
The next time you minimize Task Manager, it will
appear on the taskbar.
By default, Task Manager is set to always display
on top. To change the default view of Task Manager
so that it displays behind other open windows,
click the Options menu, and then click Always On Top
(which removes the check mark beside the command).
If you want Task Manager to stay on top of all other
open windows again, click the Options menu, and then
click Always on Top (which restores the check mark
beside the command).
Also, most of the task manager users are unaware
of the minimize to system tray option, just check
the "Minimize On use" option from the options menu
and whenever you minimize the Task Manager it will
neatly sit into the system tray area and show you
current CPU Usage
Geery: IMHO Process Explorer is evolving tool that gives more options in troubleshooting. I agree that Task Manager would suffice for common use and unless solving sofisticated troubleshooting it is not necessary to use two tools.
- Editado Milos PuchtaMicrosoft Community Contributor lunes, 07 de mayo de 2012 4:54
lunes, 07 de mayo de 2012 9:59
Get Autoruns from (Microsoft) Sysinternals: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb842062
martes, 08 de mayo de 2012 2:51
Your original link was to a page that describe the columns available via the View menu. It did not describe one item on the Options menu.
Of your three new links only the first one has anything usefull about task manager options and the two items -- after expanding them -- that talk about the options do it backwards. Instead of stating what the options do they tell you how to remove what they did.
The second link has wrong information. It confuses Minimize on Use with Hide When Minimized.
The third one does have a statement about how usefull the Hide When Minimized but the structure of the page -- and appearently the web site -- is a bit ackward to say the least.
By the way, if you did read what I asked I said " I need an official Microsoft description of each option." -- not some third party's web site.
I find it interesting that Microsoft does not seem to have a simple description of what the task manager options do the way you would expect any program's options to be doccumented.
- Editado saberman martes, 08 de mayo de 2012 2:53 Typo
martes, 08 de mayo de 2012 9:21Moderador
Based my research, there is no official document to descript these three option items.
However, if you want to know their description, you just need to hover your mouse on each item.
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martes, 08 de mayo de 2012 12:58
The "information" bar at the bottom of the window is not something I had noticed before. What is it called?
Hope this helps, Gerry