on the Task Manager...

I accidentally disabled the Task Manager TABS and I don't know how I did it... Now, I can't see the TABS in the Task Manager... Please help me with this...

Mohsin Baig

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Hey M Mohsin.

Welcome to the Microsoft community.

In fact, this problem occurs when you double-click the area around the Task Manager. To make the Task Manager normal once again, try to double click any field Manager tasks. He must restore the tabs.

Do not respond to any question, hope it helps. Also mark it as an answer if your question is resolved.

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