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    Cannot find tabs inside Task Manager on Windows Vista

    My PC has recently upgraded to Windows Vista and I am not quite familiar with the new version. Few days ago, I went into the ‘Task Manager’ to check some tasks. But, I was not able to view the tabs on the top part of the ‘Task Manager’ window. What steps should I take to restore these tabs?

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    kumar12337 Array
    Join Date
    Sep 2012

    Re: Cannot find tabs inside Task Manager on Windows Vista

    Hi my dear friend................may be your task manager in the toggle mode

    To get the task manager toggle mode to normal mode ..........follow this procedure

    first of all right click on the task bar and select the option task manager

    then a task manager window will be opened from your PC.........like this in the toggle mode ( see the screen shot below )

    eeee.jpgNow simply give a double click in your PC task manager......where a placed a yellow color

    then after your task manager will be set to normal mode....................ALL THE BEST......!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    ak47 Array
    Join Date
    Jan 2013

    Re: Cannot find tabs inside Task Manager on Windows Vista

    Managing services from Task Manager

    The Services tab is a new addition to Task Manager in Windows Vista. Using the Services tab, you can start and stop services and view several important aspects of the services, both running and available, on your computer. You can also use this as a shortcut to the Services console.
    Access Task Manager by right-clicking the taskbar and clicking Task Manager, by pressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE and clickingStart Task Manager, or by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ESC. The Services tab is shown below.
    To view more of the information displayed on the Services tab, enlarge the Task Manager window and adjust the column widths, as shown here.

    To start or stop a service, right-click its name on the Services tab and then click Start Service or Stop Service.
    Using the Services tab, you can also associate a running service with its process identifier (PID) and then further associate that PID with other programs and services being run under that PID. For example, the picture above shows several services running with PID 1008. Right-clicking one of the services with PID 1008 gives two options, one to stop the service and one called Go to Process. By clicking Go to Process, the Processes tab is opened with the particular process highlighted. This solves a problem whereby several processes with the same name might be running (such as Svchost.exe). Where it would've previously been difficult to associate a given service with its PID, the Services tab now makes this rather easy.

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