This article explains how to add or remove columns in the Task Manager app in Windows 11.
Task Manager app has been part of Windows since early Windows NT 4.0 / 2000, allowing users to view tasks (processes), startup programs, services, and the computer’s overall performance.
Starting with Windows 11 build 22557, the Task Manager app has been redesigned to match the new Windows 11 design principles.
The new design includes a new hamburger-style navigation bar and settings page. In addition, a new command bar on each page gives access to everyday actions. It also adds a dark theme to the Task Manager and automatically matches the system-wide theme configured in the Settings app.
Add or remove columns in the Task Manager app
As described above, the latest Windows 11 includes a redesigned Task Manager app that matches the new Windows 11 design principles.
Here’s how to add or remove columns using the new Tasl Manager app.
First, open the Task Manager app or press the keyboard shortcut (Ctrl + Shift + Esc).
You will see separate pages on the left menu when the Task Manager app opens. The left menu pages are Processes, Performance, App history, Startup apps, Users, Details, and Services.
Adding and removing columns on these pages are identical except for the Performance, Details, and Services pages.
To add or remove columns on these pages, open the page, then right-click on any column title name.
Then select to check (add) or uncheck (remove) items you want to appear as columns for that page.
Do this for the Processes, App history, Startup apps, and Users pages. You can also drag and drop column names to the order you want them in.
Add and remove columns on the Details page
The Details page has a different way to add or remove columns.
To add or remove columns on the Details page, click on the Details page to open. Then right-click on a column name and click “Select column.”
Select the column you want to add to the Details page on the pop-up dialog window. You can also drag and drop column names to the order you want them in.
To remove a column, right-click the column name and select “Hide column.” Alternatively, uncheck the columns you want to hide or remove on the pop-up window above.
That should do it!
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