Change Info Update Speed in Task Manager in Windows 10

Edited by Lukward Thomason, VisiHow, Eng, vc

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Steps

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    The first thing you need to do is launch Task Manager by right-clicking on an empty space on the taskbar
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    Then, click "Task Manager"
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    When Task Manager opens, you will notice that the information is being refreshed once per every second
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    You can change the update speed.
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    In order to change the update speed, you need to simply click "View"
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    Then, move the cursor to "Update speed"
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    You'll have "Normal", "High", "Low", and "Paused".
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    You can click "High"
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    You can see that the frequency has changed.
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    You can also lower the update speed the same way
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    Set this according to your preference, and you can close this window
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Questions and Answers

What is the suitable update speed for task manager?

I mean if I select high speed would it effect laptop? It just shows how to change it, not the right choice for speed!

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Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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