myProcesses: A process manager tool that allows you to monitor and test individual processes

myProcesses is a very handy process manager that lets you monitor and test your Windows processes to determine if they are reliable. While Windows comes with its own Task Manager, we found that myProcesses provided us with a bit more information regarding all the running processes.

myProcesses doesn't need to be installed or configured, once you download it you can start using it immediately. From its System Tray menu or the rectangular menu displayed on the screen, you can see all the running and stopped processes on your machine along with detailed information about each.

Another cool feature of myProcesses is the ability to set-up notifications for processes that appear suspicious or that consume too many resources on your computer. You can also set up a warning via Process Guard which tells you when a specific process starts and it stops, to have better control of various components.

If you want to be more in control of your Windows PC, myProcesses is a good software that lets you test and monitor all the processes and provide you useful information for each and every one.

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    2.30 Mb
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    Mar 09, 2023
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