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Adding Columns to your Windows Task Manager


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By: Chris Rice
Posted On: 4/7/2003

The purpose of this article is to show you how to add columns to the Task Manager's Process Window.

The first step is to bring up the Task Manager and go to the Process Tab.







The next step is to clieck down View and go to Select Columns. You will be presented with the followign window:







Once you have gotten this window, you can select the Column that you would like to add. I have chosen the Process ID (PID), which is what is presented in Dr. Watson logs and userdumps.

The new view for the Process Tab will look like the following:







This tool should be the first line of defense when you think that there is a problem on one of your machines.

Look for more articles on this and other powerful tools that are native to your Operating System in the weeks and months to come.

Chris Rice

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