Process Explorer

by SysInternals

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: SysInternals

Last revision: Last week

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Process Explorer is a program that shows the user the most detailed and accurate information about all processes and their components currently running in the operating system. The Annex allows for a change in the priority of the process, up to its compulsory completion. The Process Explorer work window has two sub-windows. The main window constantly displays a list of currently active processes, including the names of accounts under which they are running. In turn, the information displayed in the bottom window is directly related to the mode in which Process Explorer is currently located. If the application is in the control mode, the user will see the descriptors opened by the process, which is selected in the main window. If Process Explorer is translated in DLLL mode, all DLLs and files loaded by this process will be displayed to the user.

Process Explorer is also equipped with powerful search capabilities, which can still quickly show the user which processes are loaded or which DLL files are opened. These unique features make the program indispensable for detecting and eliminating problems with different versions of DLL-files or for searching for memory leaks, as well as for understanding the principles of operation of both the Windows operating system and applications run by users.

It is worth noting that the program works without installation and is absolutely free for users.

- simplicity and ease of use;

- to display all the information in rialtime;

- output detailed information on each process separately;

- search for processes using filters;

- the possibility of forced stoppage of the process;

- Adjustable refresh rate;

- a coagulation in a tray;

- to view and describe the files.

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a program that shows the user the most detailed and accurate information about all processes and their components currently running in the operating system. The Annex allows for a change in the priority of the process, up to its compulsory completion. The Process Explorer work window has two sub-windows. The main window constantly displays a list of currently active processes, including the names of accounts under which they are running.
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