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Developer: GlarySoft.com
Website: http://www.glarysoft.com
Os: Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista,7
License: Freeware
Price: $0
Size: 1.27MB
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Security Process Explorer is a freeware program developed with the potential to serve as an improved task manager. It can get control over all running processes in Windows and can give you detailed data of all the applications that are running on your computer. Even though this task manager provides users with the same functions that other task managers may offer and is even said to be an alternative to the Windows native Task Manager, yet Security Process Explorer possesses a number of unique beneficial functions.

This task manager offers advanced information of the processes on your computer. The information not only includes the default information, such as file names, directory path, description, CPU usage etc but also contains featured information, such as the security rating. This kind of security rating takes comprehensive risks into consideration so that computer users can make a decision whether or not to terminate process themselves according to the result of the security rating.

Security Process Explorer also allows you to know the connections between different processes, terminate processes and explore the detailed data of a certain program. You are even privileged to surf on the Internet to find a certain process with the help of this task manager.

In addition, Security Process Explorer can monitor CPU and memory usage process, view advanced process information, terminate process and start new process. In this process, you can both stop unnecessary processes and set priorities to applications that need more resources.

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