How to Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager in Windows 10


Task Manager can be used to view and manage your processes, performance statistics, app history, users, processes details, and services in Windows 10.

The update speed in Task Manager is how frequently the data in the Task Manager is automatically updated (refreshed).

You can select High (.5 second), Normal (2 seconds), Low (4 seconds), or Pause for your update interval speed.

If you select Pause, the data does not get updated until you select High , Normal, Low, or you click/tap on View > Refresh now.

This tutorial will show you how to pause or change the data update speed in Task Manager for your account in Windows 10.


 CONTENTS:

  • Option One: Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager using Keyboard Shortcut
  • Option Two: Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager





Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager in Windows 10 OPTION ONE Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager in Windows 10
Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager using Keyboard Shortcut

1. Open Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Escape) in more details (Alt+D) view.

2. Press the Alt+V keys to open the "View" menu, press the U key to expand open the "Update speed" menu, and then press either the H key (High) , N key (Normal), L key (Low), or P key (Pause) for what you want.






Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager in Windows 10 OPTION TWO Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager in Windows 10
Change Data Update Speed in Task Manager

1. Open Task Manager (Ctrl+Shift+Escape) in more details (Alt+D) view.

2. Click/tap on the View tab, click/tap on Update speed, and click/tap on High , Normal, Low, or Pause for what you want.

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That's it,
Shawn