Editors' reviewActing as a task manager and system-monitoring utility, Process Supervisor enhances a user's capability to control running processes. It has a well-designed interface that is easy to comprehend and use. A system performance graph displays CPU utilization and responsiveness. A list of running process is displayed below that is sortable by column header. The list resembles Task Manager, but features additional capabilities to set processes to autostart at login, change default priority at start-up, and always disallow or open the containing folder. Process Supervisor shines in its ability to restrain out-of-control processes. You merely set your limits of total system CPU usage and process CPU usage and this utility will rein in any process that exceeds those limits. This greatly reduces the number of times an out-of-control process slows your system to a halt. Many of the system's actions and process monitoring can be logged for debugging help. Though the seven-day trial is short, advanced users will find Process Supervisor an effective monitoring utility that surpasses Windows built-in task manager's capabilities.
Process Lasso Server Edition applies user configured rules to running processes to temporarily restrain out-of-control processes, default specific processes to certain priorities, terminate disallowed processes, and log executions. In addition, the graphical user interface allows for manual viewing and manipulation of running processes. Process Supervisor is compatible with network deployment so workstations can be supervised and centrally managed.
The Server Edition is a special evaluation version for use on Terminal servers, web servers, and other resource servers. It allows full Pro capabilities, such as running the core engine as a service, for a time limited trial period.
What's new in this version:
Version 18.104.22.168 has fixed an issue launching some external tools when silent updates are enabled and improved memory load bar graph painting.