NoVirusThanks Process Lister 126.96.36.199 New
FREEWAREFILES EDITOR'S REVIEW
You may need to view and manage the processes that are running on your computer for one reason or another. A process viewer like NoVirusThanks Process Lister will come in handy at such a time. The program includes different options and displays information in multiple columns. We are going to focus on the portable version in this review.
Features and Functions
The ZIP archive that you will download contains both 32-bit and 64-bit editions of the application. You need to launch the appropriate edition for your system with elevated privileges for effective performance.
The application takes only a few seconds to display a list of all the running processes on your computer. You'll be able to view different process details neatly arranged in columns on the application interface. The processes are also color coded for ease of identification. The status bar on the bottom part of the application window will show you the number of running processes listed.
You can double-click on an item in the list to open its properties window. On the other hand, right-clicking opens a context menu that gives you the opportunity to perform various tasks, such as terminating or restarting the selected process, opening its containing folder, viewing modules and windows, injecting module, dumping process memory, viewing file hash and listing object handles.
The "Options" menu lets you choose whether or not to allow the application to auto-refresh processes. The "Tools" menu gives you access to many other tools for performing different functions. From the "File" menu, you can exit the program or choose the way you would like to shut down your computer. You can log off, shut down, power off or restart the computer.
NoVirusThanks Process Lister is a versatile process viewer that provides more information than you can find in the default Task Manager and also includes additional useful tools.
Software Product Description
Review Date: 2017-04-22
Cons: How is this any different than task manager or process Explorer?
Other Thoughts: None