Task Manager on Windows 10 October Update will show the program power consumption

Want to know which applications are running out of your laptop battery quickly, or wonder if the Windows index file is in the background or is your antivirus software a power consumption? The Windows 10 October Update finally has the ability to view the energy consumption of the running program separately by opening the task manager.

However, this feature is hidden by default and needs to be widened to see the Task Manager window. It should be noted that the energy consumption is presented in the form of ratings (Very low, Low, Moderate, High), not quantitative data, but in fact, this is enough.

Task Manager

The October 2018 update is currently only available for Windows 10 Insiders but will be pushed to regular users in the next few weeks.