Microsoft has made a games-focused Task Manager for Windows.
As reported by Windows Central, a new update to Xbox Game Bar for its Xbox Insiders preview testers allows players to see what tasks are running on their computer within a project. This is triggered by pressing the Windows key and G.
In essence, this is a lightweight version of the full task manager which allows users to see what their system is running. This widget comes with a traffic light system to indicate how much resource a particular task is taking up. Obviously, red would indicate a huge amount, while green is the opposite.
Here's a screenshot captured by Windows Central from the Xbox Insiders preview:
The Xbox app on PC has been slowly improved over the years. In April, the software received a speed boost thanks to Microsoft switching it to a Universal Windows Platform app with the React Native framework.