How to Add The Task Manager to System Tray in Windows 10



How to Add The Task Manager to System Tray in Windows 10

The Task Manager is a built-in program in Windows which lets you keep a track on running processes, CPU, Memory, and other resource usage.  And, It comes with a number of options that can be customized by the user.  The Task Manager is a handy tool that lets you monitor the way applications are using your computer’s resources and close “frozen” programs. It’s often helpful to be able to see CPU activity at a glance. This lets you know if a system slowdown is related to the CPU being tied up with a task.

You want to keep it handy while you work, but If you do not want the Task Manager to occupy space on the Taskbar, You can place the Task Manager in the Windows 10 system tray. When you minimize Task Manager to only have the Task Manager system tray icon show instead. Here’s how to do it.

Minimize Taskbar to System Tray or Notification Area

1- Open Task Manager. >>> Nine Ways to Open Windows Task Manager

2- If the Task Manager is launched with minimal view, click More details button to view the actual Task Manager.

How to Add The Task Manager to System Tray in Windows 10

3- And then click on Options menu, and check “Hide when minimized and Minimize on use”.

How to Add The Task Manager to System Tray in Windows 10

4- Now, the Task Manager, It will appear in the system tray (notification area ) only.

5- You can double click on the notification icon to restore the minimized Task Manager.

How to Add The Task Manager to System Tray in Windows 10

Notes:

When the Task Manager is active you will see a dark green square in the system tray. When the CPU activity goes up to 50 percent, a green light fills up half the square. When the CPU activity goes up to 75 percent, the green light fills up three quarters of the square, and so on. You can also hover your mouse over the green square to see the exact CPU usage at any moment.

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