When you use Task Manager to keep an eye on your Windows 10 computer, you sometimes end up with one tab (say “Performance”) more than others. In this case, you can set the tab that you see when you start the Task Manager. Here̵7;s how.
First start the “Task Manager”. In Windows 10, right-click on the taskbar and select “Task Manager” from the menu that appears.
If the Task Manager starts with the simple interface, click on “More information” at the bottom of the window.
Click Options> Set Default Tab throughout the Task Manager window. A smaller menu appears and shows the different tabs you can select. Select the name of the tab you want to display by default and a check mark will appear next to it.
You can make the Processes, Performance, App History, Startup, Users, Details, or Services tab the default.
The next time you start Task Manager, the default tab you selected is displayed.