Brad Wardell's site for talking about the customization of Windows.

Haven't sent this out yet...

But feel free to chat with me here.


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on Feb 16, 2017

zuPloed

- open the task manager as usual - go to the processes tab - I am not exactly sure what's the english wording (I run german windows) but in the top bar, you see something like "data - options - view - ?" - open "view->choose columns" - check handles in there

Columns isn't there, so I can't choose it, nor can I see handles.

 

Windows 10.

on Feb 16, 2017


But feel free to chat with me here.
And then he disappears....

on Feb 16, 2017

RedneckDude



But feel free to chat with me here.

And then he disappears....

I'm here.  But my recommendation would be a YouTube video to learn task manager.

on Feb 16, 2017

Jim right click on the word Name at the top of the column and choose Select Columns a box will open up.

 

 

on Feb 16, 2017

Try opening task manager, selection View and then Column Options at bottom of drop-down menu under View. There are all kinds of column options with checkboxes, similar to Windows Explorer, View, Choose Details.

on Feb 16, 2017

Well I was trying a virtual computer awhile back called VMware player. The problem it required another operating system. I would consider stardocks if it doesn't require another operating system. Does windows 10 virtual computer require another operating system, and if not how do I set it up.

on Feb 16, 2017

Frogboy

Quoting RedneckDude,





But feel free to chat with me here.

And then he disappears....



I'm here.  But my recommendation would be a YouTube video to learn task manager.

I figured you'd reply to that, that's why I did it.  Apparently, there is much more to Task Manager than I realize.

 

on Feb 16, 2017

ALMonty

Jim right click on the word Name at the top of the column and choose Select Columns a box will open up.

 

 
Al, not seeing that on Windows 10.

 

on Feb 16, 2017


Try opening task manager, selection View and then Column Options at bottom of drop-down menu under View. There are all kinds of column options with checkboxes, similar to Windows Explorer, View, Choose Details.
Not seeing that on 10, Ed.

on Feb 16, 2017

Sorry! 

I have Win 10 on rarely used year-old notebook, Win 7 on everyday desktop.

I'm okay with 10, but I mostly use notebook to stream European football matches. And I know Win 7 support dies in a few years.

Frozen in indecision. 

on Feb 16, 2017

admiralWillyWilber

Well I was trying a virtual computer awhile back called VMware player. The problem it required another operating system. I would consider stardocks if it doesn't require another operating system. Does windows 10 virtual computer require another operating system, and if not how do I set it up.

A virtual desktop is not the same as a virtual machine.  A virtual machine runs another operating system under yours (Basically another machine inside yours).  A virtual desktop app lets you arrange windows on your computer.

on Feb 17, 2017

Thanks for writing these.  I enjoy reading them.

Do you have any screenshots comparing REYES rendering to deferred?

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