How to Show all logic processes in windows 8.1 Task manger

How to see all logical processors in Task Manager

Windows 8.1 have an improved task manager. compared to windows 7.

The task manager can be found by either pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL and select “Task manager” or right-click on the taskbar and select “Task Manger”

The fist time you open Windows Task Manger you will see it in few details, if you want more details click on More Details.

Taskmanager_fewer_details

When you get to advanced details it will look like the picture below.

taskmanager_performance

The performance tab, now show the Disk performances as well, but when you see the CPU graph it only showing one graph and not a graph per CPU core.

You can easily change that by right clicking in the graph. Select “Change graph to” -> “Logical Processors”

task_manager_changegraph

You will now see that you have a graph of all your logical processors.

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