Wonder what is that unknown application working in your system? You don't know what files it uses? TaskFiles will give you a full answer. It will show you a complete list of files and folders the program has opened for reading or modifying.
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Description: Wonder what is that unknown application working in your system? You don't know what files it uses? TaskFiles will give you a full answer. It will show you a complete list of files and folders the program has opened for reading, modifying or getting information.
Moreover, TaskFiles has a mode for advanced users that allows viewing named channels used by the process. To simplify the selection of a process we introduced two ways of sorting the process list: by process ID and alphabetically. Want to get more details about files? You can save reports in the text format. If you want to find out what files and folders the system is using at the moment, you can select the process with ID 0, and the program will show a complete list of files for all applications. If you are not sure that a process is secure, you can stop the application.
eXtended Task Manager 2.15 The Warecase eXtended Task Manager (XTM) is an extended windows task manager and performance monitoring tool designed for simplifying the environment of the software developer
TaskInfo 10.0.0 TaskInfo for Win NT/2k/XP/Vista/Win7: Task Manager & System Info, Alerts. Shows in real time OS Wide info, for all processes and threads -- CPU%, Path, open files, memory, DLLs
Chipmakers create processors that handle many tasks Engineers from IBM, Sony and Toshiba unveiled plans Monday of a microprocessor, code-named Cell, they claim has the muscle of a supercomputer.The Intel competitor is to be used in Sony Playstations game consoles, televisons and office workstations.