Date Added:Jul. 22, 2015
Downloads Last Week:8
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The only program that I could find that allows you to permanently set priority of processes in 64-bit Windows. Aside from that, this program shows you a wealth of information about various system performance characteristics and processes.
The version on this website is outdated; the most up-to-date version can be downloaded from the publisher's website.
The priority of own processes (two of them: SystemExplorer.exe and SystemExplorerService64.exe) has to be lowered to "Normal" with the option "Permanent". In my experience, higher priority of any non-Windows process can destabilize the operating system, and thus should be avoided.
I had a program installed called Prio. Prio gave the windows Task Manager the ability to set process priority. System Explorer has that ability built right in so I uninstalled Prio. Saved me some disk space.
I've always used memory cleaners and optimizers. Examples are Wise Memory optimizer, Cleanmem Mini Monitor and others of it's kind. System Explorer has the ability to clean ram on a schedule. Just look under Options/Processes in the options menu. I uninstalled my other memory cleaner. Saved yet more disk space.
Maybe a little difficult compared to the native Task Manager
Now my computer starts faster, has more drive space and available ram. Before using System Explorer my computer would be at about 32 percent ram use at an idle state. Now at an idle state my computer sits around 24 percent. That's a big improvement! I am really impressed with this software and recommend it to anybody looking for an excellent alternative to the Windows Task Manager. If you are like me you may find that this jewel can really improve overall system performance and make managing your system much easier than before.
System Explorer is very good
too much other stuff gets dwonloaded with it whether you want it or not
Provides a quick and comprehensive view of what is running in Windows. Good GUI.
None at this time.
I was looking for a task manager which gives detailed information about my system and easy to use. And that is what System Explorer is.
None that I've found.
For new users: I'd recommend you use Ctrl+T to not show the tree view in the processes tab.
Too many to mention.
Did not find any.
The icon-tray graph of CPU performance is invaluable to determining what's going on with those "slow-downs" we run into. Can take the place of the Task Manager. Easy to use and frequently updated. And it's free.
Haven't run into any yet.
Worth every second of installation and updating (which are fast).
Covers a lot of areas better than most utility packages' "paided upgrade" versions. And covers more.
Documentation a bit brief; interface a bit complex, but forgivable in such a robust package
Highly recommended for anyone just above novice to full blown experts. A great resource, and a nice upgrade for the built-in Task Manager program.
Has every info tid bit you could want and helps diagnose slow-downs and hang ups.
frequent updates are an irritant.
Much better than the MS Task Manager.
free and easy to use.
none so far.
Reply by lukalayly on February 12, 2016
THEN WHY NOT 5 STARS?
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|Publisher web site||http://www.mistergroup.org|
|Release Date||July 22, 2015|
|Date Added||July 22, 2015|
|Category||Utilities & Operating Systems|
|Operating Systems||Windows XP/Vista/7/8|
|Downloads Last Week||8|