How to Open Resource Monitor in Windows 10

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How to Open Resource Monitor in Windows 10

Here, we’ll view the six diverse ways to open Resource Monitor in Windows 10. Let us see what they are.

Method #1

Use command resmon in any of the following programs to launch Resource Monitor:

  • Task Manager (Hit File > Run new task option to use the command)

Method #2

Click on the Start button. Click on the “Windows Administrative Tools” folder, which you can find between “Windows Accessories” and “Windows Ease of Access.”

Now, click on the “Resource Monitor” which you can find between “Registry Editor” and “Services.”

Method #3

Go to the System32 folder. Double-click the “resmon” file.

Method #4

Open Start menu. Type resource and click on the Resource Monitor app in the search results.

Method #5

Launch Task Manager. Go to the “Performance” tab. Click on the “Open Resource Monitor” link at the bottom of the tab.

Method #6

Open Performance Monitor. In the right pane, you can see the “Open Resource Monitor” link. Hit it.

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How to Create a Resource Monitor Shortcut in Windows 10

Here, we will see the steps to create a Resource Monitor shortcut in the Windows 10 desktop.

But remember that the steps are the same for creating a shortcut on File Explorer. Let us begin.

Right-click on your desktop’s blank area. Hover your mouse over “New.” Hit “Shortcut,” which you can find under “Folder.”

In the “Create Shortcut” pop-up, type resmon. Hit the “Next” button.

Now, provide the name for the shortcut as per your liking if you don’t like the suggested name. Click on the “Finish” button.

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