Check Performance in Task Manager in Windows 10

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  1. 1
    You need to open 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".
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    When it opens, we need to click the "Performance" tab. In this tab, we can see all of the information.
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    Click "CPU". You will see the information on the CPU usage. In this case, "Utilization" is at 38%. There is "Speed". There is a number of "Processes" running, and so on. Another case is "Memory".
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    Click "Memory". You will see the RAM usage.
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    To see the detailed usage of the hard drives, you can click the internal hard drive.
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    You can click the external hard drive.
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    You can also check the "Ethernet" connection. It is "Not connected" right now. If you have the connection, you can simply click it; and you'll have the information on it.
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    Click "WiFi". You'll see all of the data on WiFi.
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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