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Process Explorer Then and Now

Process Explorer
Process Explorer

Process Explorer is 21 years old

Launched in: January 1, 2001
Developer(s): Microsoft
Current Version: v16.32
SoftwareTask managerWindows ๐Ÿ”—

How Process Explorer looked like and how it is now:

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    Now

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      Description

      Process Explorer is a freeware task manager and system monitor for Microsoft Windows created by SysInternals, which has been acquired by Microsoft and re-branded as Windows Sysinternals. It provides the functionality of Windows Task Manager along with a rich set of features for collecting information about processes running on the userโ€™s system. It can be used as the first step in debugging software or system problems.

      Process Explorer can be used to track down problems. For example, it provides a means to list or search for named resources that are held by a process or all processes. This can be used to track down what is holding a file open and preventing its use by another program. As another example, it can show the command lines used to start a program, allowing otherwise identical processes to be distinguished. Like Task Manager, it can show a process that is maxing out the CPU, but unlike Task Manager it can show which thread (with the callstack) is using the CPU โ€“ information that is not even available under a debugger.

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      Process Explorer is 21 years old. Process Explorer was founded in January 1, 2001 by Microsoft.

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