Windows 8 is also little by little, the early versions are now in circulation rather reminiscent of Windows 7 and does not provide the feeling of an operating system with everything new.
While most new facilities are still disabled, being at a very early stage of development, the Task Manager in the Windows 8 has already been completely rebuilt and includes many more features by which we can assess the functioning of the operating system.
After initially we are welcomed with a simple list in which they are displayed open applications and their components, the More Information we provide a complete set of tools by which we can find out exactly which processes consume too many resources and how do I disable them without risking to undermine the stability of the entire operating system.
In the section Processes we can see all the applications open, their components and those which belong to the operating system. For an easy differentiation of open applications, the list is tinted Windows in several categories: Applications, Background Programs and Windows System-Critical Programs. The consumption of resources is displayed in real time for each open application, being highlighted abnormalities such as excessive use of CPU or RAM, network traffic and the amount of data transferred by harddisk, eliminating the need to visually inspect all open processes.
Tab Startup we provide a list of all the applications that start automatically when the operating system does, of which we omit those of which we do not need. All here in our Startup Impact we learn exactly how much încetineste each of these applications use the operating system.
In the tab Users we are sorted all the applications open, depending on the user account which you are associated, so that we can find out precisely the consumption of resources for each user.
The Tab Performance Dashboard offers us a complete list with the processes in progress, complete with detailed information relating to the consumption of resources and code PID associated with each of them.
Tab Services offers a list of all active services of the operating system, complete with information about the consumption of resources and a generic description for each of them.
The Dashboard is your Performance entered tab of the old Task Manager and we provide multiple graphs in which the load is only emphasized the level for the processor, RAM, memory consumption of the harddisk activity and traffic in the network.