When Microsoft Edge isnâ€™t running as expected, you can open theÂ Browser Task ManagerÂ to help understand how Microsoft Edge is using the resources on your device and when Microsoft Edgeâ€™s resource usage is unusually high so you can get back to what you want to get done.
The Microsoft Edge Browser Task Manager is a realtime monitor that tells you how much memory, CPU, network, and other resources a page is currently using. You can select one or more tabs, processes, and extensions, and click onÂ End processÂ to close them. This can be handy if you needed to close unresponsive tabs, processes, and extensions.
You can use theÂ TaskManagerEndProcessEnabledÂ policy to enable or disable ending processes in the Microsoft Edge Browser task manager for all users. If you enable or don’t configure this policy, users can end processes in theÂ Browser Task Manager. If you disable it, users can’t end processes, and theÂ End processÂ button is disabled (grayed out) in theÂ Browser Task Manager.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the End Process button in the Browser Task Manager for the Chromium based Microsoft Edge.