WIN8 Task Manager: Status section is empty

I accidentally end a task in the Manager of tasks of this morning, then I found that the refugee Division becomes totally blank. How can I make it reappear?

Thank you very much!

Hello Zhang,

Thanks for posting your query in Microsoft Community.

The section of the statute that you mentioned is ideally empty in the process in the Task Manager tab. I have reproduced this problem on several computers and found the status section of the vacuum in the process tab. A screenshot is presented below as an example:

However, you will find Status section is enrolled in the options in the Startup tab, as shown below:

I hope this information is useful. Let us know if you need additional help on the issue, we will be happy to help you.

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