HandleCountersView: Lightweight program that provides details on the number and type of handles by all running processes.

HandleCountersView is a useful software that was developed in order to provide users with details on the number and type of handles accessed by all currently running processes.

The program is portable, which means that users can copy it anywhere without leaving traces in the windows registry, and users will only need to double-click the executable icon in order for the program to start its analysis.

The program’s main window will provide users with various info about how many handles were opened by each and every process that is running, and separate categories are created for Directory, Token, Job, Process, Thread, Partition, DebugObject, Event, Section, Session, Key, and many more.

Users will also be able to select any item on the list and then click the Properties button which will regroup all the info vertically, while also being able to reset the counters using the Options menu so that the program can later on show changes that have occurred in the meantime.

HandleCountersView is a tiny program that will provide anyone with details on the number and type of handles by all currently running processes.

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    0.05 Mb
  • Updated:
    Jun 16, 2024
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    4.4 / 5 (5 votes)
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