Update 03 Feb - New Features

Update 03 Feb - New Features

Process Explorer is a tool that shows you information about which programs and services are running on your computer. It also tells you what they are doing, how much CPU time and memory they use, and whether any problems were detected. Process Explorer is a powerful task manager for Windows that lets you see what files, registry keys, and other objects processes have open, the Windows API calls they make, and more. With this release, we’ve added a new view, Process Details, to the main window, and a new command line parameter, -ProcessDetails.

Process Explorer is a Windows SysInternals tool that lets you see what files, registry keys, processes, DLLs, etc. an executable file or program has opened or loaded. You can also see the DLLs that the process uses, its memory usage, what user it's running as, and more.

This update brings many new features, fixes, and improvements.

  1. Command-line switches now work for Process Explorer.
  2. You can now configure Process Explorer to show user-mode threads.
  3. The Save dialog now supports Unicode file names.
  4. Process Explorer now supports command-line switches.
  5. A new column has been added to the view showing the total number of threads for the process.
  6. Process Explorer is now translated to Czech.
  7. Process Explorer now supports Unicode file names.
  8. Several compatibility fixes have been made for Process Explorer's DLL description feature.

Process Explorer now supports command-line switches. Process Explorer is now translated to Czech. Process Explorer is now translated to Czech. Several compatibility fixes have been made for Process Explorer's DLL description feature.