This application will display a list containing all the processes running on your system
The application comprises a very clean interface that perfectly brings the great amount of information it provides in the spotlight, letting users easily read process details.
CurrProcess automatically scans and detects running processes, with an auto-refresh utility to reload the list and also display the newly launched processes.
The main window shows a wide array of information, such as process name and ID, priority, product name, version, description and company, window title, file size, creation date, file name, memory usage, page faults, pagefile usage and file attributes.
The bottom of the main window on the other hand is exclusively designed for modules, letting you see all items associated to a running process. Again an avalanche of information is available, including module name and size, base address, version, description, size and file attributes.
Right clicking on any of the displayed processes lets you set priorities or kill the items, while dedicated features enable you to generate HTML reports comprising all the displayed information.
Additionally, CurrProcess allows its users to dump memory of a selected process into a text file, copy the process or module information to the clipboard or generate a list with all running processes that can be then saved to text or HTML.
CurrProcess doesn’t affect the overall performance of the computer, running just fine on all Windows versions.
All in all, CurrProcess is a handy piece of software that’s not only very friendly with hardware resources, but it’s also equipped with a great amount of features, all of them grouped in a very well-organized interface.
Reviewed by Bogdan Popa, last updated on April 26th, 2012
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What's New in This Release:
- Fixed bug: The main window lost the focus when the user switched to another application and then returned back to CurrProcess
Application descriptionCurrProcess utility displays the list of all processes currently running on your system. For each process, you can vie...