Sort Processes by Type in the Task Manager App in Windows 10

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    The first thing you need to do is right-click on an empty space on the taskbar
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    Then, click "Task Manager"
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    When Task Manager opens, you'll see that all the listed applications are grouped by name, status, CPU usage, memory usage, and so on. You can group these by type.
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    To group by type, you need to simply click "View"
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    Then, click "Group by type"
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    There we go. Now, the processes are grouped by "Apps", "Background processes", and "Windows processes."
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