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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

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

 
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 
My bad, you do enum threads...great application...beats the hell out of perfmon.exe...DO NOT give out source or you will be sorry...only share snippets...I learned my lesson the hard way...Cheers!!!;)
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 
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 

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