Attractive and information-laden, this freeware helps manage processes, but outdated information could lead to problems for some users. myProcMan's multipane interface does a fine job of logically presenting complex information. Some panes are easily resized according to user preference. All-in-all, it's an interface as novice friendly as it is informative.
Open myProcMan and all running processes are immediately listed. Context-click any filename for an easy way to kill the process or open the file's directory. Clicking a file name automatically fills the other panes with detailed information about the selected process. In addition to basic data, all loaded modules are listed along with nontechnical information about the process. Unfortunately, links to additional data point to defunct information pages.
Occasionally, myProcMan's displayed information turns out to be outdated or simply wrong. We wouldn't use this program as the final answer in any search for spyware. Nonetheless, using this utility simply as a tool to kill processes or check loaded modules is a viable option. Any level user is going to find some use for this freeware tool.