Twitter users leak upcoming Windows 11 Task Manager features

by Alexandru Poloboc
Alexandru Poloboc
Alexandru Poloboc
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With an overpowering desire to always get to the bottom of things and uncover the truth, Alex spent most of his time working as a news reporter, anchor,... read more
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  • Are you ready for another Windows 11-related Twitter leak?
  • Apparently, Microsoft is now customizing the Task Manager.
  • App Health and Battery Health will be included in the future.
  • This will greatly help users that want to optimize performance.
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Only a couple of days have passed since we revealed a Twitter post that leaked one of the future Windows 11 features that will help us personalize the OS even more.

We aren’t planning to drift off course and, since we’re on the topic of leaks and upcoming features, allow us to show you another Twitter entry that does just that.

Recently, FireCube posted his latest Windows 11 discovery, and we have to say it looks pretty neat, so let’s explore it together.

New Task Manager sections are coming to Windows 11

This new leak, however, doesn’t bring any further visual customization options, instead, it’s more related to the Task Manager.

This was actually spotter on the recent Dev Channel build 22543, and it looks like Microsoft is adding more options inside the Task Manager.

You’re probably wondering about these new features by now, and we’re here to tell you about the new sections on the Task Manager home page dedicated to showing App health and Battery health.

This doesn’t mean that more options related to Startup apps aren’t also in the works, so we’ll just have to wait and see what Microsoft actually plans to do.

However, as you can see from the screenshot, it looks like these design choices are not final and could change judging by the comments from the Microsoft developers.

Keep in mind that this isn’t the only recent leak related to Task Manager. Earlier, there have been hints inside Build 22538 which showed Microsoft working on a fresh, redesigned Task Manager for Windows 11.

It’s interesting to see what the Redmond-based tech company has in store for us in the future, as far as the new operating system is concerned.

What other changes would greatly benefit the Windows 11 experience? Share your opinions with us in the comments section below.

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