But first, let's see what opportunities does the Task Manager.Task Manager has six tabs.Tab «Applications» shows running on the system application.You can switch to any of the applications or complete it (for example, if the program "hangs").On the «Processes» see all the current processes of the system.You can complete the process, change its priority, and if you have a multiprocessor system - then ask him a line.
tab «services» contains information about all the services of the operating system (available in Windows Vista and Windows 7).Tab «Performance» displays graphs of memory usage and CPU load.Tab «Network» contains charts download network connections (if they do not, there is no tab).In Administrator mode tab is available «Members» , allows you to manage user activity.
To access the Task Manager, you must use the key combination Ctrl + Alt + Del .In Windows 7, a combination of Task Manager instead of a menu shutdown (change of user, log off, etc.).One item on the menu - call the Task Manager.If you want to call the task manager in Windows 7 directly, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + Esc .Also, the task manager can be accessed by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting the context menu item "Start Task Manager."
But sometimes in response to these actions the computer "happy" your message "Task Manager disabled by your administrator."What to do in such a case?How to enable Task Manager?The first step is scan your computer for viruses - some viruses block the Task Manager so you will not be able to complete their running processes.Even after removing the virus task manager may remain locked.We will tell you how to enable task manager after removing the virus.
To enable Task Manager , you need to click on the "Start" button (the button at the bottom left of the screen with the logo of Windows) and select from the menu item "Run".The line of the dialog box, type gpedit.msc and click OK or press Enter.Should open the dialog "Group Policy."Navigate to "User Configuration" menu and choose item "Administrative Templates", then - click "System" and finally - "Opportunities Ctrl + Alt + Del» («Options for action by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del»).
At this point should be the parameter "Remove Task Manager".When you double-click on this option will open the "Properties Remote Task Manager."Menu and select "Disabled", press "Apply" and OK, then close the window.Everything!
You can also include the Task Manager by editing the registry .To open this dialog "Run" in the same manner as in the previous case.In the window "Run" type regedit and click OK or press Enter.This should open the Registry Editor.You need a section [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSof twareMicrosoftWindow sCurrentVersionPolic iesSystem].In this section, locate the REG_DWORD DisableTaskMgr and change its value from 1 to 0 or just delete option.
Remember that all manipulations with the registry editor you are performing at your own risk!Incorrectly editing the registry and deleting Windows can lead to problems in the operating system and the need to reinstall!
Previous methods are suitable if Task Manager has been disabled by the virus.If the message "Task Manager disabled by your administrator" gives you a working computer - it is possible that it is really disabled by your system administrator.In this situation, turn back to the Task Manager can also once he - if you ask him nicely.