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  • Windows 10 task manager will get new features


    Task Manager is a popular diagnostic tool in the line of Windows operating systems. Like other system applications, it is constantly being improved by Microsoft developers - in the upcoming major OS update, users are waiting for new useful features for a familiar application.

    Windows 10 task manager will get new features

    The first change will be the appearance of a column in the "Details" tab, which will display the architecture of a particular process - x86, x64 or Arm32. Currently, this information is limited to specifying the bit depth of the running process (x86 or x64). The new functionality is expected to be added to the Task Manager in the second half of 2020.

    In the spring of next year, Windows 10 will also have information about the type of disk (HDD, SSD, or other) in the "Performance" section. This will allow you to quickly identify the drive as part of the PC. Also, the operating system will learn to display the temperature of a discrete graphics adapter without third-party utilities. This option will be included in the 20H1 build.

    Other innovations in the upcoming update will include the Cloud Recovery feature to restore the system from the cloud, an improved voice assistant Cortana and an updated Windows Update service. The start of distribution of the user version of the assembly is expected in the spring of 2020.


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