SysInternals Process Explorer was originally developed by Mark Russinovich but it was purchased by Microsoft. It works like an advanced task manager and can be used to terminate tasks that refuse to be killed. Also, it works well for both, beginners as well as power users. When you first launch the program, a window similar to Windows Task Manager opens, showing Process, currently running on your PC. Also, the interface displays two sub windows. Information like names of the owning accounts,...

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