The Task Manager is one of the default tools in most operating systems. Here you’ll learn how to manage your running processes with XFCE task manager.
Did your system becomes less responsive when you were copying gigabytes of data? In Linux you can make use of ionice to manage the priority of I/O processes.
A future Windows 10 update will enable a separate process for folders by default. This will reduce the impact folders have when they crash.
It often takes a long time for your Windows computer to shut down. Why is this so? Let’s take a look at its shutdown processes, and you’ll understand why.
If you are in need of freeing up system resources, here’s a quick tip in Mac to pause background processes and resume after you’ve finished your work.
If a “Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation” process is constantly at a high CPU level, here’s how to fix it and bring your CPU level down to a more reasonable level.
In Windows 8, Microsoft has totally revamped the task manager. In this guide, we will show you how to make good use of the new task manager in Windows 8.
The Reptyr tool, as the name suggests, is a command line utility that takes a running process form one terminal and migrates it to another. Check out how it works.
It can be annoying when your Mac starts to take long time to shut itself down. Try the following two fixes to get back a short shutdown time period.
With Windows Menu Plus, you can add powerful new options to the Windows app title bars. If you ever wanted to be able to kill processes, change the transparency of windows or even free up unused menu from an app, Windows Menu Plus is the solution.
If your Windows processes are constantly running at 100% and taking up system resources, What should you do in this situation? Here are the solutions to fix these busy Windows processes.
With Microsoft’s new interface adjustments in the Windows franchise, the company put a lot of features into Windows 7 that it might have forgotten to mention. After having a really close look at the infrastructure of the operating system, I’ve noticed a couple of things that might startle you a bit about the operating system, […]
Quick – answer me this: How much swap space is in use on your system right now? How big is the cache on your CPU? What kernel modules are currently loaded? How many total drives and partitions are you running? If you’re running Linux, all these questions (and a whole lot more) can be answered […]
Have you ever wondered what is that files/processes that are running in the background of your computer and causing all your applications to slow down, or even crashed? Well, I know you can easily fire up your task manager (Ctrl + Alt + Del) and see what processes are running, but what I wanted to […]