Using Task Manager, you can view all programs running on your computer, start and stop programs, change the priority of the process in which programs run, etc. And there are many methods to open it for your options, including choosing Task Manager in the screen opened by Ctrl+Alt+Del hotkeys, as shown in the following screen shot. Supposing you want to stop others from getting into it to make any changes, you can remove Task Manager from the Ctrl+Alt+Del options by referring to the steps illustrated in the text.
Video guide on how to remove Task Manager from Ctrl+Alt+Del options in Windows 8:
Step 1: Access Local Group Policy Editor.
Step 2: Locate and double-click Remove Task Manager setting.
You can find the setting with the help of the instruction below.
User Configuration/Administrative Templates/System/Ctrl+Alt+Del Options/Remove Task Manager
Step 3: Choose Enabled and click OK to enable the Remove Task Manager setting.
Later, when you press Ctrl+Alt+Del to open the Windows Security dialog box, you will find that the Task Manager option has been removed.
Besides, if you open Task Manager by a run command, a message explaining that a policy prevents the action will turn up. More specifically speaking, it reads, "Task Manager has been disabled by your administrator."
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