Process Hacker 2.33 R5590

Multi-purpose, easy-to-use and powerful application that will assist users with debugging, system monitoring and malware detection

  Add it to your Download Basket!

 Add it to your Watch List!


Rate it!

What's new in Process Hacker 2.33 R5590:

  • View digital signature information from process properties and peview
  • Signatures for Windows 8 apps are now detected
  • Improved file, key, process and thread handle properties
Read full changelog
send us
an update
1.8 MB
4.6/5 360
C: \ System \ System Miscellaneous
PART OF:   Process Managers download hub
 see alternatives
12 Process Hacker Screenshots:
Process Hacker - The main window of the application allows you to view all the system processes.Process Hacker - Process Hacker is a software that enables you to terminate  / suspend a process from the context menu.Process Hacker - You can use the Services tab of the software to view the running / stopped services.Process HackerProcess HackerProcess HackerProcess HackerProcess HackerProcess HackerProcess HackerProcess HackerProcess Hacker
After some time of intensely using your computer, you might notice it's starting to run a little slow. This is due to residue files left after uninstalling applications or simply because of unwanted processes staying active and using precious system resources. Luckily, applications such as Process Hacker let you view in-dept details about your system and carefully manage them for enhanced performance.

An advanced version of task manager

Even though your operating system comes equipped with an important utility that lets you view resource distribution and terminate processes, this application does so a little better. Running it brings up the main window, equipped with all available features.

The amount of info might seem overwhelming at first, but the clever design lets you quickly accommodate and view only items of interest. By default, processes are enlisted in a tree view, which offers neat info on relationships. Moreover, categories are highlighted in different colors for easier identification, for example GUI Threads in yellow, or system processes in blue.

View in-dept resource distribution

A useful feature the application comes equipped with is the “System Information” window. Hitting the dedicated button displays an almost real-time updating graph of resource consumption. You can view CPU, Memory, GPU, Disk and Network, while setting the time interval at which the graph to be updated.

Furthermore, hovering your mouse over it displays which application took advantage of the specific resource and at what time. Additionally, for more CPUs you can have individual graphs drawn for each core.

Manage processes and power options

Similar to the basic task manager, you are able to play God with running processes. Besides terminating it, you are able to simply suspend it, end a whole tree, restart, and even start new ones. More options include the possibility to attribute a number of CPUs to handle a process, letting you distribute your resources however you see fit.

In addition, you can view and manage services from a separate tab, network related events, as well as those that put pressure on your hard disk drive. Resource usage icons can be enabled in the system tray to constantly have them under surveillance, and you can also manage your computer's power options.

To end with

Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Process Hacker deserves its name, fully living up to expectations. It gives you the possibility to deeply go under the hood of your computer and thoroughly manage running processes and service, but also analyze usage and distribution of resources to applications, making for a powerful utility overall.

Process Hacker was reviewed by , last updated on July 14th, 2014

Runs on: Windows XP / XP 64 bit / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 8 64 bit / 2003 / 2008

feature list

#Process Manager #Task Manager #Process Manipulator #Monitor #Debug #Process #Organizer

included in these download hubs

Add your review! 3 USER REVIEWS SO FAR