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ProcessStudio 2.8 - monitor tasks visually

, 13 Feb 2001
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An application to monitor tasks visually.

Sample Image - ProcessStudio.jpg

Introduction

This is a process/task monitoring tool for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows 2000 that offers an attractive alternative to the Task Manager. This application visually displays a process' CPU and Memory usage, as well as process status (e.g. Not Responding). Other facilities include:

  • Lists modules loaded against a process.
  • Hi-water marks.
  • A drill down feature that allows you to view enhanced detail on each process.

    Sample Image - drilldown.jpg

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License

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About the Author

NormDroid
Software Developer (Senior) Software Kinetics
United Kingdom United Kingdom



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Comments and Discussions

 
GeneralNice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussD. Adams11-Oct-00 5:45 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussNorm Almond11-Oct-00 6:12 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussJames R. Twine19-Oct-00 11:46 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussNorm Almond19-Oct-00 22:02 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinmemberJim Wuerch14-Feb-01 8:53 
GeneralSuggestions PinsussDominic I. Holmes9-Oct-00 9:11 
GeneralAre you going to post the source PinsussRichard Cue5-Oct-00 4:26 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussNorm Almond5-Oct-00 7:26 
I think for this type of project the viewing the source would'nt be beneficial due to the size of the project.
 
But... if your interested on how I did some parts of the application or would like some portions of the code, I will quite happily post them as a new article.
 
Also some parts of the code are owned by my company.

GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussDarren Schroeder7-Oct-00 14:33 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinmemberAnonymous2-Jan-01 4:39 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussPeter Hayward23-Oct-00 15:51 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussTodd27-Oct-00 7:36 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pinmembernic0demux15-Jul-03 0:45 
GeneralCan't download the project file. PinsussJonathan Gilligan4-Oct-00 11:31 

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