The task manager is a program with support people in mind. It will assist in juggling all those incomming calls, show the impact of accepting a task at a certain time. Assist in rshufling tasks after a set of rules. It is intended to run on Palm/Unix and
Task Manager allows organization of your tasks with a simple, intuitive interface and focused functionality to ensure ease of use.
A member of the functional organization who has accepted responsibility for accomplishing project task s for a project manager. Thus, the task manager has function al ( competence and performance) responsibilities to his/her normal line manager and project (task) responsibilities to the project manager. [D03791] SU
Generic service used to schedule and run caller-defined tasks. The task manager automatically breaks a transform task into threads and manages their completion, which improves the efficiency of the transform.
A dialog which lists all the currently running tasks on the computer. You can terminate each one or reboot the computer from this dialog.
A Windows monitoring tool that displays information about the programs and processes currently running on a computer as well as statistics for CPU and memory performance.
Task Manager is an application that provides real time information on all applications and processes running on your computer and the performance of your computer. Task Manager in Windows XP also provides information and performance of all network connections.
a server within the SCSI target device that processes task management functions
The Novell DOS program that manages multitasking and task switching.
A program that allows us to manage all current active tasks.
A utility that provides information about programs and processes running on the computer. Using Task Manager, you can end or run programs and end processes, and display a dynamic overview of your computers performance.
Powerful Web-based task manager lets you enter tasks each day and provides alerts to keep your projects on time.
A task manager is a program used to provide information about the processes and programs running on a computer, as well as the general status of the computer. It can also be used to terminate processes and programs, as well as change the processes' priority.