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Posted 2 Oct 2000

ProcessStudio 2.8 - monitor tasks visually

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An application to monitor tasks visually.

Sample Image - ProcessStudio.jpg


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

  • Sorting


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Software Developer (Senior) Software Kinetics
United Kingdom United Kingdom

Software Kinetics
are experts in developing customised and bespoke applications and have expertise in the development of desktop, mobile and internet applications on Windows.

We specialise in:

  • User Interface Design

  • Desktop Development

  • Windows Phone Development

  • Windows Presentation Framework

  • Windows Forms

  • Windows Communication Framework

  • Windows Services

  • Network Applications

  • Database Applications

  • Web Development

  • Web Services

  • Silverlight


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Comments and Discussions

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 
I think posting of the source would be preferable. There are many other examples on this site of being relatively complex. This would be in keeping with what I believe is the intent of this site. ie as a resource for code sharing and learning, between developers.

Publishing tools of this type, without source should perhaps be better off in the freeware/shareware realm. For some reason I cannot get a feeling of cynicism out of my mind. I hope your not using this posting as a leadin to your companies wares. I hope I'm wrong here.

Great effort though, if a somewhat demanding on resources. Sharing your code may actually enable someone else to suggest alternate methods such that the program's efficiency can be improved and we can then all learn from it
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pin
Todd27-Oct-00 7:36
sussTodd27-Oct-00 7:36 
GeneralRe: Are you going to post the source Pin
nic0demux15-Jul-03 0:45
membernic0demux15-Jul-03 0:45 
GeneralCan't download the project file. Pin
Jonathan Gilligan4-Oct-00 11:31
sussJonathan Gilligan4-Oct-00 11:31 

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