Use Ctrl-Shift-Esc for quick access to the Task Manager

Looking for the quickest way to the Windows Task Manager? Look no further than this keyboard shortcut.

Windows Task Manager is a useful tool to monitor your system and quit applications that are not responding. If you are using the tried-and-true Ctrl-Alt-Delete to access the Windows Task Manager, you are taking the long way there. Instead, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl-Shift-Esc to access the Task Manager directly.

(Credit: Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET)

(Credit: Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET)

 

In Windows 8, Ctrl-Alt-Delete calls up a menu, of which the Task Manager is one option. This means it’s a two-step process to get to the Task Manager. With the Ctrl-Shift-Esc shortcut, you call up the Task Manager directly, giving you quicker access. It may seem like a trivial savings, but when your system is acting strangely or running slowly, any amount of effort saved to root out and shut down the offending application is beneficial.

What are your favorite keyboard shortcuts in Windows 8?

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3 thoughts on “Use Ctrl-Shift-Esc for quick access to the Task Manager

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