Task Manager Unresponsive with Intags Active

When using Windows task manager it becomes unresponsive if intags are active.

If I close intags before opening the task manager it works fine and I can click on the various tabs by saying their names. But as soon as I show intags again it becomes unresponsive again.

Has anyone encountered this issue or have an idea of how to fix?

Or is there a way to block intags from interacting with the task manager, so I don’t have to remember to turn them off every time?

No one else has reported this problem to us.

What version of Windows are you using?

Edition: Windows 10 Pro
Version: 22H2
OS Build: 19045.2604
Experience: Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.4190.0
Processor: AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 8-Core 3.89 GHz

VoiceComputer Lite 2021 version 1.7.3

The title bar will display “Task Manager (Not Responding)”

Now that I’m watching behavior closer it is worst in the “Details” tab, 2nd worst in “Processes”, not really in the other tabs. Seems to happen in between clicking on an intag and the intags being re-drawn.


Or is there a way to block intags from interacting with the task manager,
No, but you could create a Dragon macro to close Intags and then open the Task Manger.

I’ve seen “Task Manager (Not Responding)” with the Task Manager then responding after a little.
Resizing the Task Manager Window so it’s quite small helps but it’s still slow.

I don’t see that VoiceComputer or the Task Manager is taking a lot of resources but the two together definitely are slow!