One of the things that bothered me in the past was the fact that Task Manager showed all the required performance graphs, except the disk-related ones. Why is that, I don’t know. OK, you can see the disks through Resource Monitor console or PerfMon, but… I really like using Task Manager, with such nice colors and simple graphs, for a quick overall check.
So, when you’ve opened your Task Manager, you were shown something like this:
No disks. Too bad.
But… fear not, my friend! There is a solution for this “glitch”. Even a simple one.
All you need to do is run the following command in your administrative Command Prompt:
And now, when you reopen your Task Manager, you will see following: