Task Manager (task manager) is a standard utility of Windows. The task Manager displays running processes and allows to manage them. Sometimes users are faced with the inability to run task Manager. The land of the Soviets tell how to enable the task Manager.

But first, let's understand what opportunities does the task Manager. The task Manager has six tabs. Tab Apps displays running applications on the system. You can switch to any of the applications or terminate it (for example, if the program "hangs"). Tab "Processes"   All current processes of the system are visible. You can terminate the process, change its priority, and if you have a multiprocessor system, then you can assign it a match.

Tab Services provides information about all the operating system services (present in Windows Vista and Windows 7). Tab Performance displays a graph of memory usage and CPU usage. Tab "Network"   contains schedules for downloading network connections (if there are none, the tab is missing). In Administrator mode, a tab is availableUsers. allowing you to manage active users.

To bring up the task Manager, use the combination keys Ctrl Alt Del. In Windows 7, this combination is the task Manager menu shutdown (switch user, logoff, etc.). One of the items on this menu — call task Manager. If you want to bring up the task Manager directly in Windows 7, use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl Shift Esc. You can also invoke the task manager by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting the context menu item "Start Task Manager".

But sometimes in response to these actions by the computer "happy" you message: "task Manager disabled by your administrator". What to do in this case? How to enable the task Manager? You first need to check your computer for viruses — some viruses block the task Manager so you couldn't complete their processes. But even after removal of viruses the task Manager can be blocked. We will tell you how to enable the task Manager after removal of the virus.

Toto enable the task Manager. you need to click on the button "start" (button in the bottom left of the screen with the Windows logo) and choose in the opened menu "Run". In the string dialog that appears, enter the command gpedit.msc   and then click OK or press Enter. The "Group Policy" dialog should open. Go to "User Configuration", select "Administrative Templates", then "System" and finally "Opportunities Ctrl + Alt + Del" ("Options for actions when pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del").

In this item there should be a parameter "Delete the task manager". After double-clicking on this parameter, the "Task Manager Delete Properties" window opens. Select the "Disconnected" option in it, click "Apply" and OK, then close the window. All!

You can also enable task Manager by editing the registry. To do this, open the dialog box "Run" in the same way as in the previous case. In the field of the Windows "Run" enter the command regedit and click OK or press Enter. Should open the registry Editor. You need to see [HKEY_CURRENT_USERSof twareMicrosoftWindow sCurrentVersionPolic iesSystem]. In this section you will find the parameter REG_DWORD DisableTaskMgr and change it value from 1 to 0 or simply delete the parameter.

Remember that all manipulations with registry Editor, you perform at your own risk! Wrong edit and delete Windows registry settings may cause problems in the operating system and need to reinstall it!

The previous methods are suitable in the case if task Manager has been blocked by the virus. If the message "task Manager disabled by your administrator" gives you work computer   - it is quite possible that it really turned off your system administrator. In such a situation, you can turn on the task manager back, only he - if you ask him well.