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System Explorer

By Mister Group Free Editors' Rating

Editors' Review

Download.com Staff Nov 11, 2014

System Explorer provides in-depth monitoring of your system performance. You can view tasks, processes, and machine history. For performance junkies, this program should provide just the right fix.


Tabbed navigation: System Explorer's tabbed navigation structure breaks down the program functions logically. Four tabs along the top of the screen are home to your tasks, processes, performance, and history views. This makes it quick to flip back and forth between the four of them.

In-depth performance monitor: The in-depth performance info will most interest power users. Beyond memory usage and CPU load information, it also offers info about input/output and pages faulted.


Drag and drop: System Explorer has a message at the bottom of the screen that says you can drag and drop "any" file there to get information about it. However, no matter how many files we dragged there, no information of any kind was displayed.

Lack of help: There was no real comprehensive help or support associated with the product. The many customization options are fairly enigmatic, so a tutorial explaining them could be very helpful.

Bottom Line

If you're looking for a complete monitoring solution for your workstation, System Explorer is an option well worth considering.

Full Specifications

What's new in version 6.4.2


Release July 22, 2015
Date Added July 22, 2015
Version 6.4.2

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP
Additional Requirements None


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Developer's Description

System Explorer is an analyzing tool lets you see what's happening in your system, from currently active processes to installed drivers, including also network collections, startup applications and Internet Explorer add-ons, if you have any. You can end any active process or delete items from the startup menu, to name a couple of examples. System Explorer has the possibility to obtain more information about each process from Google, or check it for virus with an online anti-virus tool, from version 4.0 and up to 10.0.
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