Interesting tools

September 16, 2008 at 5:20 pm Leave a comment

These are mainly designed with the professional in mind.  Here’s the link, and Process Explorer was what I wanted to point out. Free Commander is a utility I use myself (it’s in my Startup folder, as a matter of fact); however, be careful.  I went to that instead of buying the brand of Power Desk (which I like better, frankly, as far as options) because as the title suggests it’s free.

Process Explorer is a much-advanced version of Task Commander, which is reached by CTRL+ALT+DEL–in Vista there’s one more self-evident step (it gives you choices).  Any of them can help you determine what is going on in your computer, particularly when it’s operating at the speed of mud and you don’t know why.


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