Process Hacker 188.8.131.5228
Process Hacker is a free and open source app that will let you view all the processes that your system runs. The app is a powerful multi-purpose tool that can be used as a replacement for Windows Task Manager.
It will help you with debugging, malware detection and system monitoring. Process Hacker includes features like powerful process termination, memory viewing/editing and other unique and specialized features.
Process Hacker gives you a detailed overview of your system activity by highlighting the processes in different colours. You can also view your system resources by means of graphs and stats.
Key Features Include:
- Powerful process termination features.
- Detailed system information and graphs.
- Clear overview of running processes and resource usage.
- View and edit services.
- Bypasses security software and root-kits.
- Debugging and data analyzing support.
Process Hacker also allows you to copy data and shows you symbolic access masks. The app is customizable and open source, so you can modify it and redistribute it. Overall, the app has an easy to navigate user interface that is coupled with many powerful features. If you use Windows Task Manager regularly, then you really should consider using this instead.
- Proper Unicode support
- CPU and GPU graphs are displayed in a grid now (thanks pavel_kv!)
- Start Task Manager now elevates when necessary
- Better names for memory regions in Memory tab (for PEBs, TEBs, thread stacks)
- Added tooltip information for user-mode driver framework (UMDF) host processes
- Added option to reduce row height (set ThinRows to 1 in settings.xml)
- Added NetAdapters plugin: adds graphs for selected network adapters to the System Information window
- Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added GPU graphs for all processes
* Can now use the search box in the Disk tab
* Improved kernel logger handling
- Fixed touch scrolling
- Fixed EtwRegistration object names for 64-bit Windows 8.1
- Fixed tray icons being clipped in high DPI environments
- Fixed crash in memory editor
- Fixed multi monitor window placement bug