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Topic # 115388 24-Mar-2013 12:35
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How do I view threadcount on Windows 8 task manager?

Really simple question, but the task manager on my machine does not have view > columns menu at all, and right clicking the column header provides a few options but does not show threadcount/threads available as one of the column options.

I'm sure this must be obvious but it has me stumped.

Yes - I know there are plenty of other tools I can use - because I use them regularly - don't go suggesting others. I am asking specifically about this function of the default Windows 8 task manager on Windows 8. : ). And yes, I know about resource monitor too which has this information by default.

I do not use the head on wall icon lightly lol..

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  Reply # 786254 24-Mar-2013 12:38
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do you not see this under details, select columns, threads ?

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Reply # 786256 24-Mar-2013 12:39
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and... 2 seconds later....

Problem solved. This column is available in the details view only.

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