Process Explorer for Windows v11.0

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    Thanks for the heads up, but I´m afraid the startup time is still ridiculously slow. Of course, after you have loaded it into memory, startup time is only a second, but when you load a RAM hungry app like for example VMware Workstation, it becomes slow again, I have the same problem with FF, which I refuse to use because of this. I think I will also quit using PE. :cautious:
     
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    Ta Ronjor
     
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    PE is not slow on my computer, & I really like it. However, "your mileage may vary." :)

    Ergo, if you can't get dear old PE to speed up a bit on your box, but you still want a *powerful* task manager, I suggest you give a try to (free) DTaskManager -- the d/l link is just a short scroll down the page.

    Yet another good option is What's Running -- also free & VERRRRY powerful.
     
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    Ta Bellgamin
    I often forget about those two.

    Can you recall the very nice new tool that was on the forums a short while ago: re processes: ??
    Having a senior moment with gap in memory.
    Ta.
     
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    Maybe I missed that thread. Or it was in a different life. Anyhoo, I disrememberate it.o_O
     
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    Run Scanner -- superb! I grabbed it. Task Info -- waaaay too much eye-candy of minimal usefulness. Otherwise it's so-so. But then -- "Each to his own tastes" as the lady said when she kissed the cow. ;)
     
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    Echo Ta :thumb:
     
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    Is there a changelog for these releases?
     
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    Not that I can find. Might be on the forum somewhere. http://forum.sysinternals.com/forum_topics.asp?FID=2

     
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