@mattches With those options I’m getting the same ‘task manager’ as macOS’s.
The referenced article, which I believe you wrote, noted that Brave’s Task Manager is different than the one in Windows. It also appears to have considerably more detail than macOS’s, which is why I wanted to be able to view Brave’s:
The task manager you’re viewing in your screenshot is the Brave task manager. The macOS “task manager” (called Activity monitor) is different. Observe that in your screenshot, the task manager only shows processes running/related to Brave. See the comparison (Activity Monitor screenshot below):
Apologies but I do not understand what is being asked here. The Brave task manager — that you successfully opened as shown by your previous screenshot — is the same in Windows as it is on Mac.
Brave Task manager — shows the same on any OS and is specific to Brave browser and related processes.
macOS Activity Monitor — shows Operating System processes.
Windows Task Manager — shows operating System processes.
Windows task manager and macOS Activity Monitor are essentially the same thing but for different OS so they will, by nature, appear different and show different data since, again, the mac and Windows OS are completely different platforms.
In any event, it appears that the Task Manager you appeared to distinguish from the one in Windows in your article – “Brave comes with a built-in Task Manager. You can find it in ☰ --› More Tools --› Task Manager. Unlike Windows’ Task Manager,” . . . etc. – doesn’t apply with a Mac.