System Explorer

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  1. Meriadoc

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    A nice little task manager/system explorer. Couldn't find it mentioned here, perhaps someone may prove me wrong. Portable version available.
    Nice freeware with many features, also includes a file and registry snapshot compare.

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    Thanks Meriadoc (diochar vower)..sorry about spelling! Yes, just trying this latest version myself, and it seems very useful and comprehensive.
     
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    I like it too! It saved my beans when I was cleaning out a diseased machine a few months ago. The nasty PC would not allow any Sysinternals programs to run. But System Explorer did and led me to the problems (and also the solution.)

    I liked it well enough I donated to help support it...
     
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    I like the WMI explorer personally.

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    Thanks.

    Yes a nice tool, totally free to use at home and work also.

    On the list to test, killing processes, detecting hidden objects.

    Wish list would include its own command prompt and full scripting support :cool::D similar to 4nt/Take Command.
     
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