Layout and usability present themselves in good manners the only think I’d have to point out here is that a watches page will open in a new tab and that’s not what I like to see. best replica handbags You will not like the outcome for sure.rolex replica uses us I would not go for “huge” but definitely a place where you will find most of the variations you’d be looking for. leaderwatches.5-carat opal ring.” fake watches he deserved the opulence he maintained in his lifetime. replica watches The signature “Francesco” ablaze in white over the black paint of the bike’s tank was the main attraction or the mere fact that the bike is owned by the Pope in the first place.fake watches This Rolex GMT Master II is one of the good looking replica watches I’ve reviewed lately As you know I’m not one of the biggest Rolex replica watches lover as I prefer bigger cases on my watches and some slightly different looks. Tags: Knock off tag heuer Breguet replica watches,cn because of the.
In this day and age, IT professionals like to know anything and everything that is going on with their computer systems. Unfortunately, Windows Task Manager does not quite cut the cake (at least for power users). LIUtilies has released WinTasks 4 Professional with the hopes to quench this need for a better process/resource management program to replace the default provided in Windows. Does this program warrant the need to replace Windows task manager? Read on to find out.
Installation and Setup
Installing WinTasks 4 Professional is a breeze. Simply insert the CD, choose the installation directory and less than 30 seconds later you are all ready to go. No restart is needed. Only 10 MB of hard drive space is needed.
As in task manager, WinTasks focuses on the processes that run in the system. The three main types of processes are running (if it is using the CPU), blocked (if it is anticipating external action), and ready (if the process is ready to use the CPU). For each process there is a priority level in which the process accesses the CPU as compared to other processes. The process (in decreasing importance): real-time, high, above normal, normal, below normal and low. Since below and above normal are only supported in Windows 2000 and XP (and the program works on 95/98/Me as well), they are not supported in this program.
Interface and General Features
There is a lot of information to display so the interface might be overwhelming at first glance. Fortunately, you can customize the columns, taskbars, etc. Under the name column, there are two icons and the name of the process in that row. The first icon shows the priority level, and the second shows the criticalness of the process to the operation of the system (red or black). You can add your own description to the process (you can also restore it to the original if needed). The subsequent columns show executable location, priority level, threads, CPU usage, memory usage, and the time the process started.
The default buttons across the top give the options to stop processes, increase or decrease priority level, search function, refresh information, start process box, and print.
In the Autostart sub window, you can enable, disable, add and remove processes that automatically start when Windows initiates. This feature is always handy for spyware programs which uninvitingly add process to startup. In the “Windows” window you can see all the windows for a chosen process. Also from here you can see if the windows are invisible, active, etc. In the modules window you can see the DLL’s associated with a given process.
As in the task manager, statistics are important. From here you can see the CPU and memory usage over the last 1 minute, 10 minutes, 2 hours and 24 hours. In the log window, you can log all information about programs that have been started and stopped in your system.
This feature is definitely for power users. Here, you can create new functions and automate the behavior of processes, resources, etc.
Here is an example of a script provided by the developer to decrease the priority of the media player, if it uses more than 50% of the CPU or 10% of the memory:
If process_name contains
“media” and process_cpu_usage > 50 or
You have to be careful while using this feature, as you can definitely screw things up pretty badly. Do not worry if you do not know how to write scripts, however, as the developer provides a free online library full of them.
WinTasks 4 Professional provides an efficient and powerful utility to manage your systems’ processes and resources. The program is much more cost effective in the online version than the boxed version, as the user’s manual is also available online. Although a little overwhelming at first, the program is easily customizable to show only the functions and information you need. In addition, LIUtilities provides a great website for support, updates, etc. I definitely recommend this program to power users, though normal users do not need this much advanced functionality.