Process Tamer is an award-winning freeware application for the Macintosh that shows users how to perform tasks related to managing tasks. In fact, Process Tamer was one of the very first such applications for the Macintosh computer and continues to this day to help many users keep their system running smoothly. It was created by J. Richard Freeman, who also created the popular task manager utility applet for the Mac. This software claims to be free, but needs a license to remove the annoying nag screen found in its beginning screen. Process Tamer has both a graphical user interface and a command line interface that allow its users to view current CPU activity, configure various system settings, and perform tasks like backup, scanning, copying, and installation of multiple programs.
In addition to the Task Manager that is featured on Process Tamer, it also features a startup manager that displays a list of recently used programs along with their time of last use. The Startup manager can be customized by the user to display various startup commands that will be executed during the computer startup process. The Interface and Process Explorer options available on the Process Tamer homepage give the user complete control over how the various tools present on this web page are displayed. It is easy to navigate through the interface, and the entire process of using this web page is quick and easy to understand.
With so many similar tools being marketed today, it is often difficult to decide which of the available applications is the best choice for a specific use. Fortunately, as this is a freeware tool, it is fairly easy to compare the various offerings by different vendors. As an example, you can compare the various processes manager offerings by Process Tamer by running a quick search on the Internet. To find out more about this outstanding freeware tool, please visit the Process Tamer web site listed below.