CPU monitoring of single applications

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  1. wibo

    wibo Registered Member

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    Does anyone know if there is a software to monitor CPU of a single application?

    Process Lasso and Process Tamer monitors total CPU usage of a PC but I would like to monitor CPU usage of each application.
     
  2. PROROOTECT

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    Windows Task Manager/Processes/Use Memory ... and also : look on Process Lasso! And Process Explorer ! ... and Process Monitor ...
     
  3. MaB69

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    Hi,

    I think Anvir task Manager will be a (very) good answer.
    Take a look at this screenshot

    Regards,

    MaB
     
  4. wibo

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    I have all this software on my PC.

    I want to monitor these data in logfiles if not I have to look to the cpu of a software for hours.

    And... I have another problem..
    There is software on my pc which starts doings things when system is idle.
    My fans start running when system is idle.

    Process explorer, process monitor and process lasso doesn't log or log a single application's CPU.

    Anvir task manager is a big application (and not freeware).
    I already have eset/nod32 and superantispyware and don't want to mix up with another antivir-antispyware software. :eek:
     
  5. PROROOTECT

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    MaB69, you have a beautiful frog, but still ... it is not animated? Could you give me the link?:-*

    Anvir Free Version is ( very ) HEAVY. Yes Wibo, yes.

    Wibo: clean your many, :isay: many dusty :isay: FAN! That's all ...:thumb:
     
  6. wibo

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    No my fans (in my laptop) are moving only when system is idle.
     
  7. PROROOTECT

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    Wibo: Clean your laptop !

    I recommend this NOW, for the last time!:rolleyes:
     
  8. wibo

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    Thank you for this great advice Prorootect.
    I would like to advice you to read my topic better.
    I told in my first message about my Process Lasso and you propose me to use Process Lasso.

    If my fans would always be active I would think to clean my laptop but they don't.
    They are active only when system is idle and after I've reinstalled my windows xp a few weeks ago.
    Never had this before.

    Other members:
    Any advice?
     
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    I'm PROROOTECT always, I apologize for this ...

    Download: DTaskManager v2.0.0.0 ( 151 Kb only!): http://dimio.altervista.org/eng/

    Aggiunto il supporto ai sistemi multiprocessore
    Aggiunto il comando 'Set Affinity' ...
    - What a History!
    ... and: Use Memory: 3772 Kb; H.: 87; Th.: 1.

    For comparison: taskmgr.exe: Use Memory: 3876 Kb; H.: 64; Th.: 3.

    Saluto! Always yours PRO !!!
     
  10. Huupi

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    Hang on PRO to this Wilders,after you leave for awhile the fora became boring. :D
     
  11. PROROOTECT

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    Thank You :thumb:Huupi; I was too sad ...

    Look: our friend Wibo is hiding; he plays the bad guy? WHYo_O

    Yet I smile from time to time ...:argh:

    Wibo ... Wibo ... TOC, TOC ... you get? ... I struck the Monitor !!!
     
  12. JRViejo

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    wibo, Windows Task Manager (as PROROOTECT pointed out) already offers information per individual process, but in order to find out which one is the CPU hog, you need to enable them via the View > Select Columns. My WTM shows User Name, CPU, CPU Time, Memory Usage, Peak Memory Usage, Handles, USER Objects and GDI Objects. These columns will show you the culprit.
     
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