Windows 11’s Task Manager is finally getting a search box to help you find misbehaving apps


Microsoft has started testing a new search and filtering system for the Task Manager on Windows 11. It will allow Windows users to easily search for a misbehaving app and end its process or quickly create a dump file, enable efficiency mode, and more.

“This is the top feature request from our users to filter / search for processes,” explains the Windows Insider team in a blog post. “You can filter either using the binary name, PID or publisher name. The filter algorithm matches the context keyword with all possible matches and displays them on the current page.”

You’ll be able to use the alt + F keyboard shortcut to jump to the filter box in the Task Manager, and results will be filtered into single or groups of processes that you can monitor or take action on.


Source: Windows 11’s Task Manager is getting a search box to help you find misbehaving apps – The Verge

This is considered a big feature release and it makes you wonder what kind of programmers MS has employed that this has taken so long

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