How to Enable or Disable Always On Top for Task Manager on Windows 11?

Being a Windows user, you might have seen the Task Manager tool on your computer. You can use it to view and manage processes, performance statistics, app history, users, process details, and services. Although, by default, it behaves as standard software, you can set it to display always on top of other windows. After it is complete with the settings, the Task Manager will now appear on the top of your screen.

Generally, you can keep the Task Manager anywhere on your computer screen, and sometimes you might require it to stay on the top of the screen. Some situations can be when trying to troubleshoot your Windows 11 or some of the installed apps.

It advises keeping the Task Manager on top of other windows as it helps you monitor CPU usage, memory, running processes, etc. Even if some applications open in maximized mode, Task Manager will remain in front for as long as you want.

In this risewindows article, we will provide you with the steps that will help keep the Task Manager always on the top of your screen.

How to Turn On or Off Always On Top for Task Manager on Windows 11 using Task Manager?

Use the following steps to enable or disable “Always on top” for Task Manager in Windows 11 through Task Manager:-

Step 1: Open Task Manager.

You can use the Ctrl + Shift + Esc key combination to do that.

Step 2: Go to the Options menu and check the option Always on top to make the Task Manager appear on the top of other windows.

You can revert the changes by opening the Task Manager and go to the Options menu. Next, un-check the Always on topoption.

How to Enable or Disable Always On Top for Task Manager from Notification Area?

Use the following steps to turn on or off “Always on top” for Task Manager through the Notification area:-

Step 1: First, Open Task Manager.

You can use the Ctrl + Shift + Esc key combination to do that.

Step 2: Next, select or deselect “Always on top” to enable or disable Always On Top for Task Manager. To do that, right-click the Task Manager icon in the taskbar notification area.

That is it.

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Also read: How to Set Default Tab for Task Manager in Windows 10?

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