Change Resource Values in Task Manager in Windows 10

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    The first thing we need to do is open up Task Manager. One of the easiest ways to do this is to right-click on an empty space on the taskbar.
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    Then, click "Task Manager". When it opens, you'll be presented with information about the processes. In this case, there are three resource values: "Memory", "Disk", and "Network". In this case it's showing us "MB", "MB/s", and "Mbps".
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    To change the resource values, simply right-click anywhere in the window.
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    Move the cursor to "Resource values". You can change these values one by one.
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    For example, move the cursor to "Memory". Then, you can select "Percents" instead of "Values". This will change the value.
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    You can move the cursor to "Disk" and "Network" and do the same.
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    Set the values according to your preference, and then you can close the Task Manager window.
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