Task Manager shows not total CPU usage


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Roland Mösl

The task manage shows suddenly not total CPU usage

Thought reboot helps, but still the same problem
 
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Stan Brown

The task manage shows suddenly not total CPU usage

Thought reboot helps, but still the same problem
Um, okay?

Now, you want to give some useful information? What does it show?
Why do you think there's some unshown? Which version of Windows 7 do
you have? Is this a new issue, particular after you installed some
particular piece of software.
 
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Roland Mösl

Um, okay?

Now, you want to give some useful information? What does it show?
Why do you think there's some unshown? Which version of Windows 7 do
you have? Is this a new issue, particular after you installed some
particular piece of software.
Windows 7 64 Bit

Until now, Windows Task Manager was a normal window
with a top bar to move, close and so
below the task list was total CPU usage %

Now only a frame, no elements to minimize meaximize close,
below the task list, no total %
 
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KCB

Roland Mösl said:
Windows 7 64 Bit

Until now, Windows Task Manager was a normal window
with a top bar to move, close and so
below the task list was total CPU usage %

Now only a frame, no elements to minimize meaximize close,
below the task list, no total %
Double-click anywhere in the border area to change back to standard mode.
 
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I know this topic is a year old, but still I have relevant details worth adding:

Under the performance tab in the Task Manager, click "Resource Monitor".
Not under CPU, in the process listing, the first "process" is *System Interrupts*.
It's not a running process, but rather an event that happens when something wants to interfere with the CPU's current job (e.g. the hard drive wants to write/read something).

It's not accounted for in the task manager, but still takes process power. So there you have it.
 

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