How to Check Ping in Palia

🢂 If you're experiencing lag or connectivity issues in Palia, it's essential to monitor your ping to identify potential network problems. Windows Task Manager can provide valuable insight into your network performance. Here's how to check your Palia ping using Task Manager.

Step 1: Launch Palia and Connect


Begin by launching Palia and connecting to the game server. Make sure you're actively playing within the game (not on the login screen).

Step 2: Access Task Manager

  • Press Alt + Tab: While in Palia, press Alt + Tab on your keyboard to minimize the game temporarily. This key combination allows you to switch between open applications.

Step 3: Open Task Manager


Once you've minimized Palia, you'll want to open Task Manager. You can do this in a couple of ways:

  • Right-click on the Taskbar: Right-click on the taskbar at the bottom of your screen. In the context menu that appears, select "Task Manager."

  • Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete: Alternatively, you can press Ctrl + Alt + Delete and then choose "Task Manager" from the options menu.

Step 4: Navigate to the "Performance" Tab


In Task Manager, you'll see several tabs at the top. Click on the "Performance" tab to access performance-related details.

Step 5: Open Resource Monitor

At the bottom of the Task Manager window, you'll find the option to open Resource Monitor.

  • Click "Open Resource Monitor": Click on this option to launch the Resource Monitor window.

Step 6: Go to the "Network" Tab


In the Resource Monitor window, navigate to the "Network" tab.

Step 7: Select Game Processes

Under "Processes with Network Activity," you will find a list of processes currently using your network connection. Look for processes related to Palia. These processes often have names similar to the game. You may notice that Palia has multiple processes; it's essential to select them all.

Step 8: Check Ping

After selecting the Palia-related processes, examine the "TCP Connection" section in the "Network" tab. Here, you will find your ping or latency values associated with the game processes you've chosen. The ping will be displayed for each selected process.

⚠️ Identify the Right Process: Games or applications with multiple processes may display different ping values. In this case, you'll need to make an educated guess. Look for processes that exhibit fluctuating ping values, as these are typically the ones you are interested in.

📑 Note: Ping values can vary during gameplay, but a consistently high ping may indicate a problem either geographically or locally. It's crucial to compare your current ping with what's considered acceptable for online gaming (typically under 100ms).

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