The Windows 8 task manager is another revamped aspect of Microsoft‘s latest desktop operating system. Once you open the application, you will be surprised how much developers strapped away from it, at the first sight. It gives users the simplicity needed to close everyday processes and applications in just one click and lets diehard tuning fans to optimize the CPU for better performance; all details being hidden under one button. It still holds the same good features and adds some that should have been implemented since XP.
First of all, when you open the task manager, you will see a redesigned window, displaying just opened applications and two buttons: ‘More details’ and ‘End Task’. Each of the application can be closed by selecting it and then pressing the ‘End Task’ button. The visual style is stripped of the chaotic options given in Windows 7, options that could only help advanced users. Now, a user with even the minimal amount of technical expertise can use the task manager in Windows 8 without having to wander through a multitude of buttons.