- The Processes tab shows a list of all running processes on the system. This list includes services and processes from other accounts. Prior to Windows XP, process names longer than 15 characters in length are truncated.
- Right-clicking a process in the list allows changing the priority the process has, setting processor affinity (setting which CPU(s) the process can execute on), and allows the process to be ended.
- Choosing to End Process causes Windows to immediately kill the process.
- Choosing to "end Process Tree" causes Windows to immediately kill the process, as well as all processes directly or indirectly started by that process.
- Unlike choosing End Task from the Applications tab, when choosing to End Process the program is not given warning nor a chance to clean up before ending.
- By default the processes tab shows the user account the process is running under, the amount of CPU, and the amount of memory the process is currently consuming.
The Processes tab shows information about the processes running on your computer.
For example, you can display information on CPU and memory usage, page faults, handle count, and a number of other parameters.
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