system information


Process Tamer – added 6/3/2005


Process Tamer is a tiny (140k) and super efficient utility for Microsoft Windows XP/2K/NT that runs in your system tray and constantly monitors the cpu usage of other processes. When it sees a process that is overloading your cpu, it reduces the priority of that process temporarily, until its cpu usage returns to a reasonable level.


Samurize – added 5/9/2004

Samurize – an award winning system monitoring utility with outstanding configuration power, is totally separated from the client for minimal memory usage. The program displays almost any kind of information right on your desktop/taskbar and homepage.


Faber Toys – added 8/10/2003

Faber Toys provides a system utility, mainly developed for power users who want to know what’s going on in their Personal Computer. It may also be used by programmers as a tool for tracking their application. It’s an all-in-one Process Viewer, Module Lister, AuroRun Manager, Windows Explorer, Alias Manager, PE Analyzer.


Daphne – added 10/5/2005

Daphne is a small (system tray) application for killing, controlling and debuging window’s processes. You can kill a process by dragging the mouse over the windows, by right-clicking the process in the main process list, or by typing its name with the “Kill all by name” command. You can set a any window to be always on top, to be transparent, to be enable, etc.


Event Log Explorer – added 5/12/2005

Event Log Explorer is used for viewing, monitoring and analyzing events recorded in Security, System, Application and another logs of Microsoft Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 operating systems. It extends starndard Event Viewer monitoring functionality and brings new features.


ProcInfo – added 3/18/2004

ProcInfo provides you with a quick overview of all currently running processes and displays detailed information for many of them, explaining what they do and if they are needed.


Process Explorer – added 2/28/2004

Process Explorer shows you information about which handles and DLLs processes have opened or loaded. The Process Explorer display consistsof two sub-windows. The top always shows a list of the currently active processes, including the names of their owning accounts, whereas the information displayed in the bottom window depends on which one of the modes that Process Explorer is in.

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