Keeping the computer system under control with System Explorer

For those of you that often (want to) check the condition of computer systems, many different tools that can be used. In Windows itself, we are familiar with the Task Manager, which is often used to examine the various processes that are running, using CPU (Processor), RAM and others.
Another alternative is to use a more complete free program System Explorer.

System Explorer does not only have features such as Task Manager, but it combines various features that we normally get from a variety of separate programs. Some features include:

  • Detailed information about the program (task, process, module) that are running, including the feature to turn off the application by force (End Task)
  •  Performance information systems, such as Processor, Network (network), RAM and other
  • Information Service, an active driver in the computer
  •  Application or process anything connected to the network / internet, information
  • his port, and connect to where.
  •  Information Start Up programs / applications, as well as features to delete / deactivate the start-up.
  • Addons Internet Explorer, with features to disable or delete it, because sometimes these addons make internet explorer performance becomes increasingly slow.
  •  Information on various Explorer addon
  •  Software Uninstaller, to display the installed programs on windows and features to uninstall
  •  Tools to view your computer and Snapshot History (to see the changes that occur in the computer, either change files, registry, or both)
  •  System report, to make a report (reports) about the important information the computer.
  •  Provide a feature to check for suspicious files via VirusTotal service or Jotti (requires Internet connection)
  •  Provide a feature to search for information fiel / process via online databases

Tips to Snapshot 
When running the program the first time, should create the registry and Snapshot files on yourcomputer, so if there is a change in the system / registry files, we can compare and see what changes. Way
  1.  Snapshots" onmouseover="'#ebeff9'" onmouseout="'#fff'">Run System Explorer select Tools> Snapshots
  2. Snapshots" onmouseover="'#ebeff9'" onmouseout="'#fff'">Snapshot section title name content with a brief description. For instance Registry-01, and the Snapshot type select Registry.
  3.  Then click Create Snapshot and wait for applications to store registry information
  4. We can also save a snapshot to the files on your computer, do as before (eg description Files-01 and by selecting Files). Process snapshot files may take longer, depending on the number of files on the computer. Can also select two of them (file and registry)
  5.  If at any time to see the changes and or registry files, create a new snapshot, and after completion, select the snapshot you want 2 be compared and click Compare Snapshots
  6. New window will appear that displays the data changes, or both registry and files

Snapshot files will be stored in folders located snapshots with the system explorer program. If the registry size or number of files a lot, then the snapshot size will be larger, so it should be noted also
System Explorer is a free program (free) for personal and commercial use. The system supported is Windows XPWindows Vista or Windows 7In addition to the installer version is available, there are also portable version that can run directly from Flashdisk. Relatively small size of the program, less than 2 MB.
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