Another new feature of Windows 10 (OS Build 18329) (19H1) is the ability to select the default tab which will show when you first launch Task Manager.
For those who constantly monitor device performance like me this can be a handy time saver, so lets take a look at the feature.
When you open Task Manager navigate to Options in the menu bar and you will see the Set Default tab option. You can select from Processes, Performance, Startup, Users, Details & Services.
By default the Task Manager uses the Processes Tab so lets change this to Performance. For changes to take effect you will need to restart Task Manager and when you open it you will now see the Performance Tab first as the default.
This is yet another handy little feature that will be coming soon to all Windows 10 devices in the April 2019 Feature Update.