System Explorer = Task Manager, System Monitor, Startup manager & much more!

There are many programs which can tell us loads of information about our computer and running processes, services, performance of the system, startup manager, outgoing & incoming connections, IE Add-ons, Program uninstall managers etc. However, most of the services are not complete, they just offer some part of the above mentioned tasks.

However, System explorer is not like others. This program offers all the above mentioned services and lot more than that!

SystemExplorer

As you can see in the given screenshot that it is currently showing the running processes. However, if you look at the tabs you’ll get a fair amount of idea about what this program is capable of but still that is just a portion of it.

I’ve never seen any program which is capable of doing all these things together. It brings all these important tasks under one roof and provides you a quick and efficient way of handling and understanding your computer.

This utility can be certainly very helpful for all those who wants to know that which application may be giving them trouble and where it is giving the trouble. However, a good knowledge of computers will be required for that.

I’ll recommend this utility over Process Explorer at any given day. I am huge fan of Process Explorer, however this utility has de-throned Process Explorer.

Software version and other info :

Version : System Explorer 1.2.1.540
Supported OS : XP/Vista
Homepage : System Explorer
File Size : 1250 Kb

Final Verdict :

I think this is a must have utility for each and everyone, even for those who are new to computers as this utility can help you in learning as well. Although, you’ll need to invest some time in understanding all the technical details but I’m sure you’ll just love it. For those, who are advanced users won’t be able to live without it once you’ll use it and eventually you’ll replace the default Task Manager with this!

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