Windows Task Manager is a helpful tool for managing running processes on your computer. By default, the name of each process is listed in the Name column.
Did you know that you can rename a process on the Windows Task Manager? This can be helpful if you want to keep track of specific processes or if you want to make it easier to identify a process in case you need to troubleshoot.
This article will show you how to change a process name on the Windows Task Manager. Let’s get started!
Changing the process name for a task in Windows Task Manager is a relatively simple process.
The process name is the name of the .exe file for that process.
To change the process name:
Open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl+Shift+Esc on your keyboard.
Find the process you want to change in the list of processes and right-click it.
Choose “Rename” from the menu and enter the new process name.
Finally, click “Apply,” then “OK” to save your changes.
You can now close the Task Manager. The process name has been successfully changed.