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ProcessStudio 2.8 - monitor tasks visually

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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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Comments and Discussions

 
QuestionCould you show some source codes? Pin
eOne26-Jan-03 18:13
membereOne26-Jan-03 18:13 
Generalneed some intellect: Pin
vgrigor27-Nov-02 0:28
membervgrigor27-Nov-02 0:28 
Generalvery cool! Pin
Anonymous6-Sep-02 16:08
sussAnonymous6-Sep-02 16:08 
GeneralRe: very cool! Pin
A. Riazi1-Feb-03 18:02
memberA. Riazi1-Feb-03 18:02 
QuestionWhy not enum the threads under the processes? Pin
Krakora28-Jul-02 2:01
sussKrakora28-Jul-02 2:01 
AnswerRe: Why not enum the threads under the processes? Pin
Krakora28-Jul-02 8:28
memberKrakora28-Jul-02 8:28 
Generalok.... 1 more time Pin
Darren Schroeder4-Jul-02 19:15
memberDarren Schroeder4-Jul-02 19:15 
GeneralRe: ok.... 1 more time Pin
Norm Almond4-Jul-02 20:57
memberNorm Almond4-Jul-02 20:57 
Darren
Ok the situation, I'm just about to start selling commercial software on the internet. In time I want my own company. Now I'm currently revising the ProcessStudio code so it can record stats and playback the stats. The UI is going to be improved as well. On that point I could not possible release the source code as it will affect my sales Frown | :( .
I get a few *strange* requests each month from people demanding (yes demanding) the source, and I guess other people can see $$$ in this type of product.

I'm a charitable guy and I see you have submitted a article to code project, so which part of the code are you interested in (I can guess, the bit that enumerates the processes and stats - right?).

Email me outside of codeproject and I'll do my best to help you.

Normski. - Professional Windows Programmer
GeneralRe: ok.... 1 more time Pin
DaFrawg14-May-04 2:20
memberDaFrawg14-May-04 2:20 
GeneralRe: ok.... 1 more time Pin
norm.net14-May-04 2:23
membernorm.net14-May-04 2:23 
GeneralBug with colors Pin
Jonathan Gilligan26-May-01 12:19
memberJonathan Gilligan26-May-01 12:19 
Generalmissing DLL Pin
Anonymous17-May-01 15:32
memberAnonymous17-May-01 15:32 
GeneralRe: missing DLL Pin
Norm Almond13-Oct-01 5:14
memberNorm Almond13-Oct-01 5:14 
GeneralSource to the Graphics are NOW available Pin
Daniel Madden9-Nov-00 0:37
memberDaniel Madden9-Nov-00 0:37 
GeneralNice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU Pin
D. Adams11-Oct-00 5:45
sussD. Adams11-Oct-00 5:45 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU Pin
Norm Almond11-Oct-00 6:12
sussNorm Almond11-Oct-00 6:12 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU Pin
James R. Twine19-Oct-00 11:46
sussJames R. Twine19-Oct-00 11:46 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU Pin
Norm Almond19-Oct-00 22:02
sussNorm Almond19-Oct-00 22:02 
GeneralRe: Nice Tool, but a bit heavy on the CPU Pin
Jim Wuerch14-Feb-01 8:53
memberJim Wuerch14-Feb-01 8:53 
GeneralSuggestions Pin
Dominic I. Holmes9-Oct-00 9:11
sussDominic I. Holmes9-Oct-00 9:11 
GeneralAre you going to post the source Pin
Richard Cue5-Oct-00 4:26
sussRichard Cue5-Oct-00 4:26 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pin
Norm Almond5-Oct-00 7:26
sussNorm Almond5-Oct-00 7:26 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pin
Darren Schroeder7-Oct-00 14:33
sussDarren Schroeder7-Oct-00 14:33 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pin
Anonymous2-Jan-01 4:39
memberAnonymous2-Jan-01 4:39 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pin
Peter Hayward23-Oct-00 15:51
sussPeter Hayward23-Oct-00 15:51 

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