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Process viewer

, 9 Mar 2008
Lists out the details of running processes in a system, loaded drivers, loaded dlls, version of each dll and process, process times, command line, owner, priority, GDI resource usage, privileges, loaded symbols, window heirarchy, autostart app finding and more.
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Nibu babu thomas
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I am a computer programmer who started his career as a Java programmer in 2000. Wrote a game and several applications like editors, DB apps etc in Java. My fascination for programming went on a high in the following years. I did a post graduate diploma of 2 years because of which I got introduced to a plethora of Languages. My favorite at that time was VB because it was way too easy to program, intelli-sense was too cool.
 
I joined an NGO in 2002 as part time computer programmer. Primary responsibility was to develop their website and to write apps for them in VB. During this process I got introduced to DHTML, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, wow had hell of a time. Learned and learned and learned during this time. I got into Visual C++ because of my post graduation in computer applications. I was forced into this powerful language but how lucky I am. Initially I was scared of CreateFont API Wink | ;) but now its a piece of cake. Smile | :)
 
As of now I'm working as Visual C++ engineer with Microsoft. My passion for this language never ends. Its the raw power of the language, the kind of performance and flexibility it provides, that keeps me motivated to continue working in this language. Started working in VC6 and all through till the latest version of Visual C++. Smile | :)
 
I'm part of the Microsoft Developer Support - Programming Languages Team. Enjoying every day.
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