Process Explorer is a powerful tool that can be used to monitor the processes running on a Windows operating system. It is developed by Microsoft and provides advanced features for process management and analysis. In this guide, we will show you how to use Process Explorer 15.13 to monitor the processes on your Windows system.
Step 1: Download and Install Process Explorer
The first step is to download and install Process Explorer from the official Microsoft website. You can download it by following this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/downloads/process-explorer
Once the download is complete, run the installer and follow the on-screen instructions to install Process Explorer on your system.
Step 2: Launch Process Explorer
After installing Process Explorer, launch it by double-clicking on the executable file. You will see a list of processes running on your system.
Step 3: View Process Details
To view the details of a process, click on it in the list. You will see a detailed view of the process, including its name, ID, CPU usage, memory usage, and other details.
Step 4: Kill a Process
If you need to terminate a process, right-click on it in the list and select “Kill Process” from the context menu. You can also use the keyboard shortcut “Ctrl + D” to kill a process.
Step 5: Search for a Process
If you have a large number of processes running on your system, it can be difficult to find the process you are looking for. To search for a process, click on the “Find” menu and select “Find Handle or DLL”. In the search box, enter the name of the process you are looking for and click “Search”. Process Explorer will highlight the process in the list.
Step 6: Customize the Display
Process Explorer allows you to customize the display to show only the information you need. To customize the display, click on the “View” menu and select “Select Columns”. You can choose which columns to display, and the order in which they appear.
- Ctrl + D – Kill a process
In this guide, we have shown you how to use Process Explorer 15.13 to monitor the processes on your Windows system. By following these steps, you can view detailed information about the processes running on your system, terminate unwanted processes, search for specific processes, and customize the display to show only the information you need.
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