System Explorer gives you detailed information about Processes, Startups, Explorer, IE Addons, Uninstallers, Windows, Services, Drivers, Connections and Opened Files. Action History for monitoring processes activities. Making of Registry & Files snapshots for easy comparing of system changes. Result of comparation is displayed in tree view and text list. Can be used for analysation of product installers/uninstallers (like Total Uninstall). Performance graphs for monitoring usage of system resources in time. Easy check of suspicious files via VirusTotal. Easy search details about file/process via online databases. Easy access to System Utilities.
Portable version of System Explorer.
Reviewing 3.8.5 (Feb 22, 2012)
Craps out on Win 7 x64 - System service Fail! and you have to manually kill the process since it's taking a lot of CPU.
It's working on x32...
Reviewing 3.1.0 (Sep 8, 2011)
MISTAKE - Still points to 3.0.8
Reviewing 3.0.2 (Jul 1, 2011)
- CTRL+TAB for switching tabs
Excellent, little by little the author is starting to use standard Windows keystrokes :-). I hope one day he'll also get rid of the "Main" menu and call it
Please.... I have two decades of Alt+F in my hands and brain, don't
be "creative" in that area.
Reviewing 2.3.8 (Oct 18, 2010)
Excellent program, not perfect.
Text is horrendous. Seems to have a slow refresh frequency, causing the text to appear thin and jumpy with insufficient contrast. Selecting larger font and using Windows ClearType feature doesn't help.
Tray icon is so annoying I turned it off, not very useful to me anyway, you may find it useful.
I love the initial security scan, I wish it could be used every time I start the program. Maybe there's a way to change that option in the INI file!
Gets 4.5/5! Highly recommended!
Reviewing 2.3.2 (Aug 19, 2010)
Even though the option to check for updates at startup is disabled by default, it still tried to use the net.
There is no way to turn off the extremely irritating popup which happens when you glance over the tray icon.
Sticking with process x for now.