How to Show Windows 10’s Hidden Floating Performance Panels

Want to see live-updating resource usage stats from your system’s CPU, memory, disk, network, or GPU? Windows 10 has some hidden built-in performance monitors that can help. You can even have Windows show always-on-top FPS.

There are two ways to do this: You can use the Task Manager or the Xbox Game Bar overlay. Both tools have some easy-to-miss performance panels that can be broken out of the tool itself and will appear as a small, always-on-top floating overlay on top of your other running applications. This article will show both methods.

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