In This article show on how to clear history in Task Manager on Windows 10.
The Windows Task Manager is a powerful tool packed with useful information, from your system’s overall resource usage to detailed statistics about each process. While most of the tabs display real-time data, the App history tab collects and reports usage statistics for the apps and programs running on your computer or device over the last month.
How to Delete Usage History in Windows 10
App history contains the factors of resource usage i.e. CPU time, Network, Metered Network, and Tile Updates, Non-Metered Network, Downloads, Uploads for the current user account. Tablet owners who want to keep a watch on the bandwidth used by the apps may find this information especially useful. Looking at the CPU will also give them an idea of how much battery poser each app is approximately consuming.
Microsoft offers users to view and delete activity information collected with their apps and services. Ofcourse In Windows 10 You may want To delete your usage History. So, let’s see how it’s done:
How to access the App history tab in Windows 10’s Task Manager and How to Delete Usage History in Windows 10
Right-click the taskbar at the bottom of the Windows computer screen, and choose Task Manager.
By default, the full version of the Task Manager opens in the Processes tab. Head into the “App History” tab and then click on Delete usage history displayed at the top under this tab. This will clear your application usage information.
But remember that it’ll also reset automatically every 30 days. Nevertheless you may want to use this to keep tabs on your children or family members’ usage or for other personal reasons as well.
Note: The App history tab is only tracks Universal Windows Platform (UWP) apps, you can’t view network usage for desktop applications, such as Chrome, the desktop version of Mozilla, and others apps.