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The new "Resources monitor" of Windows 10 for gamers is now available

Microsoft is releasing a new tool called "Resources monitor" that will allow you to free up resources in Windows 10 using the Xbox Game Bar.

This new resources monitor works just like the traditional one Task Manager, but is at the top of running games and lets you kill procedures running on background without having to leave the game.

Earlier this month, Microsoft began testing this feature with select users and Insiders. This week, the Microsoft A new Xbox Game Bar update has been officially released that adds support for the Resources widget.

The update is available through the Microsoft Store and you can follow these steps to get it now:

  1. Open the Microsoft Store.
  2. Look for the "Xbox Game Bar".
  3. In the Game Bar product list, click menu with the three dots and select "Update".

Alternatively, you can also go on the download page and updates in the Store and click the "Get updates" button to check for available updates.

Resources monitor Windows 10

Once updated, the Xbox Game Bar will allow you to access the resources monitor from the Game Bar menu. As you can see in the above screenshot, the new Resources widget Windows 10 helps you detect, kill, and manage applications that use system resources such as RAM, CPU, Disk and But by the full GPU acceleration tech.

The resources monitor will display each process using CPU, GPU, RAM and Disk. You can click the "X" button to end a process without having to leave by game you.

Source: bleepingcomputer.com

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