Task Manager

Task manager is what you need to monitor what is going in the background of your smart device. Task management will increase your cell phone battery life and free up memory so that your phone can perform faster and longer. We have collected few best task managers for your android powered cell phones. These task managers give you access to background processes, unnecessary opened apps and control to force quit the applications.

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force virus process kill with virus deletion

Windows Task Manager is great and all that you will ever need to kill bad guys running with Windows, right? And I can joke very well. Allow me to recommend you another great portable application that can not only force kill hanged processes but also can force delete the parent file which is running that process. Say good bye to processes running by viruses that won’t get terminated normally.

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Sometimes some applications won’t just die and hang like forever and there is no way you can terminate that application. Not even when you open Windows Task Manager, find the application process, right click on it and select End Process. It just stays there. Nothing happens. The process is still running and the dead application continues to cause high CPU utilization to the point where you can’t do much with your computer and you have to restart. We have got a solution just for that.

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tskmgr-0

Monitor processes, services, connections, CPU, disk, memory, DLLs, drivers, locked files. Remove spyware. Speed up boot time and performance. Descriptions for 70 000 startup programs and services, alerts on new startups. Security analysis. Icons in tray for CPU, memory and disk load. Quick access to last launched programs and folders. Hide windows to system tray. Balance CPU usage. Can replace Windows Task Manager as a best PC performance management software.

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TaskManager

An upgraded Windows Task Manager with ability to monitor disk activity and network port usage. The Extended Task Manager provides additional Windows process management features and information about disk activity and network port usage. The new “Disk I/O” chart allows you to monitor which applications utilize most of your disk at the moment:

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A program or software can stop responding due to several reasons including hardware conflicts, lack of resources or bugs in the software or more reasons. Generally the approach taken to kill/close the processes that are not responding is to go to task manager and “End Task” the frozen app. But if this happens frequently, then there are some tools to do this job in a better way.

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