Process Explorer 15.13
Process Explorer is a highly developed progression management tool capable to offer in-depth details about running processes. The edge is designed to offer a clean look of all the running items in a parent-child tree view. It may look attractive intimidating at first, but average users should get used with this sort of layout pretty fast. The special sections of the application can display extra content, such as DLLs used by each process, deals and threads.
All the normal process management options are supported by Process Explorer - execution, setting priority or affinity. However, it also makes available the option to restart processes or suspend their activity until you identify them. In order to help you determine the origin of a process or whether it is malicious or not- the application allows you to perform an online search, directly from its menu.
The quantity of information Process Explorer can render about a running item is effective. This includes details about handle performance (CPU time, threads, CPU history, I/O writes/reads, CPU cycles, etc.) memory, handles, or DLLs. For real-time information regarding an item you can check its 'Properties' window, which shows a graphical symbol of the gross performance, as well as other details such as I/O priority, realistic and carnal memory used, or CPU history.
Process Explorer is absolutely not an application for the beginner, despite the full help file it comes with. The great amount of manage data and control options it provides are clearly designed to accommodate the needs of more experienced users.