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Top Process Monitor

When you want to check which program is slowing down your PC, it can be difficult using the built-in Task Manager. The program at the top of the list changes all of the time, so you have to watch the window for a few minutes until you see which one is hogging all of your resources. A better solution is to use Top Process Monitor, a tiny gadget that allows you to view the processes which are using most of your CPU, memory and critical components of your system. The interface consists of a small window which you can move to any part of the screen, so that you can keep an eye on your current processor and memory load while you are working on something else. Top Process Monitor comes with several configurable settings, so that you can switch between CPU, memory, Page Files, Virtual Memory, I/O, read, write, total read and total write modes at the click of the mouse.

Category: Optimisation & System
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7