What is the purpose of a task manager?
A task manager is a system monitor program used to provide information about the processes and programs running on a computer, as well as the general status of the computer. Some implementations can also be used to terminate processes and programs, as well as change the processes priority.
Device Manager is a Control Panel applet in Microsoft Windows operating systems. It allows users to view and control the hardware attached to the computer. When a piece of hardware is not working, the offending hardware is highlighted for the user to deal with. The list of hardware can be sorted by various criteria.
- Open the Google Settings app on your device.
- Tap "Security" in the "Services" section.
- Ensure that "Remotely locate this device" is checked. This will allow Android Device Manager to locate the device and show it on the map.
- Ensure that "Allow remote lock and erase" is checked as well.
- Disk Management is a Microsoft Windows utility first introduced in Windows XP as a replacement for the fdisk command. It enables users to view and manage the disk drives installed in their computer and the partitions associated with those drives.
- Driver signing associates a digital signature with a driver package. Windows device installation uses digital signatures to verify the integrity of driver packages and to verify the identity of the vendor (software publisher) who provides the driver packages.
How to open the Device Manager in Microsoft Windows XP and 2000
- On the desktop or in the Start Menu, right-click on My Computer and select Properties.
- In the System Properties window, click the Hardware tab.
- On the Hardware tab, click the Device Manager button.
- Disable startup items, and restart Windows:
- Choose Start > Run.
- Type msconfig in the Open text box, and then press Enter.
- On the General tab, click Diagnostic Startup.
- On the Services tab, select any services that your product requires.
- Click OK and choose Restart in the System Configuration dialog box.
- The different types of software testing. Explore and compare different types of software testing, such as unit testing, integration testing, functional testing, acceptance testing, and more!
- User acceptance testing (UAT) is the last phase of the software testing process. During UAT, actual software users test the software to make sure it can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios, according to specifications.
Updated: 2nd October 2019