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Microsoft brings a new Windows 10 task manager for gamers

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If your PC games are lagging or running slow, you can clear up some resources in Windows 10 employing a new XBOX Game Bar task manager that overlays on top of running games.

Early October, Xbox Insiders began the testing on a replacement 'Resources' feature of the XBOX Game Bar which will be accessed as an overlay in games by pressing and combining the Win+G keyboard.

This week, Microsoft has began to roll-out XBOX Game Bar version 5.420.9252.0 to all or any Windows 10 users via the Microsoft Store.


When installed, the sports bar will display a 'What's New - October' message that explains the way to use the new 'Resources' task manager widget.

"The new Resources widget shows and manage which apps are using system resources like the CPU, GPU, RAM, and Disk. At a look , or digging into details , make sure you are making the foremost of your system without leaving the game," Microsoft states within the release notes for Xbox Gamebar 5.420.9252.0.

XBOX Game Bar release notes



When you click on the resources button, a task manager will open, then shows all running applications and background processes.

This task manager will display the CPU, GPU, Ram, and DISK utilization employed by each listed process.




New Resources task manager



If a process uses up too many resources and affects your game's performance, you'll click on the X next to a process to terminate it.


Ending a task

The new Resources widget is a superb tool for the gamer as they do not need to leave the game access an inventory of running processes and tweak performance while gaming.

Microsoft is releasing this during a gradual roll-out, so it's going to be a couple of more days before it's installed for everybody.
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