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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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NormDroid
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Comments and Discussions

 
Generalmissing DLL PinmemberAnonymous17-May-01 16:32 
GeneralRe: missing DLL PinmemberNorm Almond13-Oct-01 6:14 
GeneralSource to the Graphics are NOW available PinmemberDaniel Madden9-Nov-00 1:37 
GeneralNice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussD. Adams11-Oct-00 6:45 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussNorm Almond11-Oct-00 7:12 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussJames R. Twine19-Oct-00 12:46 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinsussNorm Almond19-Oct-00 23:02 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU PinmemberJim Wuerch14-Feb-01 9:53 
The lowest common denomitator that will work with NT is DX3. MSDN still has a DX3 sdk on it somewhere (I remember grabbing it a few months back)
 
I doubt it's the display to screen that is hurting your performance, as modern graphics adapters are almost as fast as a null adapter for 2d operations. And if you are constantly updating the bitmaps,
you still will be transfering images over the bus, so I don't think writing a DX version is going to
save you much cpu. Pushing bits around is pushing bits around. ^_^
 
Where DX would help is if you have some bitmaps you wish to load into the video ram for redisplay, then the video card can just assemble the display from all the preloaded surfaces, which takes almost no main cpu work.
 
Jim Wuerch
 
Jim Wuerch
www.miwasoft.com
 
Quote from my readme files:
"This is BETA software, and as such may completely destroy your computer, change the alignment of the planets and invert the structure of the universe."

GeneralSuggestions PinsussDominic I. Holmes9-Oct-00 10:11 
GeneralAre you going to post the source PinsussRichard Cue5-Oct-00 5:26 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussNorm Almond5-Oct-00 8:26 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussDarren Schroeder7-Oct-00 15:33 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinmemberAnonymous2-Jan-01 5:39 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussPeter Hayward23-Oct-00 16:51 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source PinsussTodd27-Oct-00 8:36 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pinmembernic0demux15-Jul-03 1:45 
GeneralCan't download the project file. PinsussJonathan Gilligan4-Oct-00 12:31 

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