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How to Open Resource Monitor in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can open Resource Monitor in many ways.

In this post, we will see ten different ways to do this task. Let's get started.

Open Resource Monitor in Windows 10 

Launch Run.

Type "resmon" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter."

Run Command Box with the command to open Resource Monitor

Launch Command Prompt.

Type "resmon" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter" key.

Command Prompt with command to open Resource Monitor

Launch Windows PowerShell.

Type "resmon" (without double quotes) and then hit "Enter."

PowerShell with command to open Resource Monitor

In the Address Toolbar, type "resmon" (without double quotes) and then hit "Enter" key.

Resmon in Address Toolbar

Open Start Menu. Find and click "Windows Administrative Tools" folder.

Within that folder, you can see "Resource Monitor."

Resource Monitor shortcut

Click on it to open Resource Monitor.

In the File Explorer Address Bar, type "resmon" (without double quotes) and then hit "Enter" key.

Resmon in Address Bar of File Explorer

Go to System32 folder (Open Run. Type "system32" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter").

Find and double-click "resmon" file.

Resmon file

Open Start Menu.

Type "resource" (without double quotes) and then you can see "Resource Monitor" in the search results.

Resource Monitor

Click on it.

Launch Task Manager. Go to "Performance" tab.

You can see "Open Resource Monitor" link at the bottom of the tab.

Open Resource Monitor

Click on it.

In the Task Manager, click File > Run new task.

In the "Create new task" box, type "resmon" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter."

Resmon command in the Create new task box

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