Using Task Manager To keep tabs on your Windows 10 PC, sometimes you end up using one tab (eg, “Performance”) more than others. In this case, you can set this tab as the one you see when you start Task Manager. Here’s how.
First, launch the “Task Manager”. In Windows 10, right-click on the taskbar and select “Task Manager” from the menu that appears.
If Task Manager launches with the simple interface, click on “More details” at the bottom of the window.
In the full Task Manager window, click Options> Set tab as default. A smaller menu will appear listing the different tabs you can choose from. Select the name of the tab you want to appear by default and a check mark will appear next to it.
You can set the Default Processes, Performance, Application History, Startup, Users, Details or Services tab.
The next time you launch Task Manager, the default tab you have chosen will be displayed.