Windows 10: Set Resource Monitor to Always on Top

  1.    08 Jun 2018 #1

    Set Resource Monitor to Always on Top


    Greetings!

    I'm using Windows 10, and I've tried using DeskPins and TurboTop to achieve it but they both failed. I did confirm that the programs worked on other software. It just wouldn't work with Resource monitor. (Known limitation?)

    Is there any other way to achieve this? Is there a registry key that forces Resource Monitor to be always on top?

    I'm also ok with using another software that can show the latency per .exe file same as how Resource Monitor shows it, but would really prefer to only use Resource monitor.
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  2.    08 Jun 2018 #2

    Hi, don't think that's possible. I have a couple of ways normally available to me, but there are some windows that don't conform, unfortunately.
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  3.    08 Jun 2018 #3

    That's unfortunate to read. Curious as to why MS would not allow it to work for Resource Monitor but its built-in for Task Manager.

    Thanks for the reply tho dalchina! I guess only choice is to find another software with same info as provided by Resource monitor.

    If you or anyone knows of any please let me know. I would really appreciate it.
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