Release Date: October 4, 2004.
Process Explorer is a lightweight application that offers advanced features compared to the Windows Task Manager when it comes to monitoring running processes and making some changes to their behavior.
Aimed at hardcore PC users who want to look under the hood of their computers and find out how they work, the tool brings many powerful options to the table, such as the ability to suspend processes or find out all resources used by a particular process.
The first thing you should know about Process Explorer is that it creates a tray icon at launch to point out the current temperature for any preferred sensor (default is CPU).
The main window is neatly organized and displays all processes in a tree view to let users find out any child processes which depend on them. They are color-coded in order to tell them apart by type (e.g. new objects, system processes, relocated DLLs).
It is possible to terminate, suspend and resume or restart a process, bring it to the front, minimize or maximize it, change its priority and affinity, find out its full paths and command line, as well as to display a secondary pane to view DLL and handle information.
System information gathers the CPU, RAM, GPU, I/O, disk, network and commit usage history and shows it in graphs. Process Explorer also offers extensive information concerning a particular process such as performance, environment, TCP/IP and threads properties.
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