Task Manager is used to view the status of
windows running applications, active processes, system performance,
networking activities and active user history. As a system administrator
you can manage all the features of Windows Task Manager, for example
stop any running application or set the priority of any running process
according to its importance. By default "Windows Task Manager Status" is
enabled, but a user can disable or enable it manually. Some time a
windows registry hack applies on windows task manager to disable it and
your system gives you a message "Task Manager has been disabled by your
administrator". You can manage this registry hack with editing the
system registry keys or using Group Policy Editor.
proceeding further, first scan your system with up-to-date antivirus,
and then follow the given steps to enable it using group policy editor.
To enable this feature, you will need to be logged into your
computer with administrative rights.
Now click on Start button and type Gpedit.msc in Run option then
press Ok button.
In Group Policy Editor, expand the Administrative Templates >
System then click on Ctrl+Alt+Del Options, under the User Configuration
Now double click on "Remove Task Manager" option under Ctrl+Alt+Del
A windows dialog box will appear with the title "Remove Task
Manager Properties". Here select the "Enable" option to enable the task
manager and if you want to disable it then select the "Disable" option.