Windows 10 1903

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  1. Ultra Male

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    It would be nice if Microsoft could add cpu temp to task manager, maybe even add a high temp alarm, It would save me using third-party apps.
     
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    One more task in the backround eating clock cycles and as well interfere with other software. No thanks! This OS is more than enough broken from before.
     
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    Firefox and early builds of Chrome v50 (and older) did disable CFG even in EMET and WD. Usually its applied to JRE,MS office,Adobe reader etc... I don't think Cinebench,3dmark,Geekbench,Unigine etc... are affected. Its usually tracebacks or debugging that takes longer than usual, almost same as Google's/Vivaldi's findings.

    Win 10 notifies if CPU temps are constantly at 100C for few mins and it'll shutdown the PC instantly.
     
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    So it already does check the temp, then adding the function to task manger so you can see a graph, it already does it for cpu,disk, mem, network, gpu adding cpu temp is only logical.
     
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    As papusan said, it will take up additional cpu cycles in querying info. If you check MSFT docs, hardware sensor is expensive task and polling is restricted to every second or minute to avoid CPU hogs. You'll see temperature warning in event log.
     
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