Process Explorer 14.0- Best Task Manager replacement!
Process Explorer shows you information about which handles and DLLs processes have opened or loaded.The Process Explorer application was developed to be an advanced process management utility that picks up where Task Manager leaves off. It will show you detailed information about a process including its icon, command-line, full image path, memory statistics, user account, security attributes, and more.
Process Explorer 14.0Â displays running processes in an intuitive tree format that includes not only process names, but also program icons and other data, such as description, image, and processor time.
It also can identify the process for a given application window or look up a process name in Google–a handy way to spot spyware. The latest version, more than three years in the making, introduces several new features. You can now drill down into the multiple svchost processes and see what each one is controlling via mouse-over tooltip, learn which Internet Explorer 8 process controls which tab, and a new .NET assembly information tab under Properties for assistance in .NET troubleshooting.
Additional features offer detailed information on performance, DLLs, threads, handles, TCP/IP connections, security settings, and environments.
Key Features of Process Explorer 14.0:
- Support for full handle viewing on Win9x/Me (with the exception of Registry key handles)
- Process icons
- Service process highlighting
- Process tree display
- Configurable refresh rate
- Refresh highlighting: new entries in the process, handle and DLL views are green, and deleted ones red
- Listview tooltips
- DLL descriptions in the DLL view
- Highlights relocated DLLs
- Jump-to-entry in the find dialog
- Efficient refresh
- Lists all process owners, even on Terminal Server systems
- Moveable columns
- Column selection and a wide variety of configurable process, DLL and handle columns
- Asynchronous updates of all views
- Configurable refresh highlighting effects
- Save function saves process view and current bottom view (handle or DLL)
- Minimize-to-tray option
- Process suspend/resume
- Thread details including stacks
- Fractional CPU usage
- Job object information
- Right-justified numeric columns with numeric formatting
- Mutex properties shows owning thread if mutex is owned
- More information in process properties
- Start time and CPU time process columns
- Option to hide the lower pane
- Kill process tree
- More accurate Registry key names for profile unload debugging
- Extensive help file
- Service descriptions on services tab of service process properties dialog
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