What is Process Affinity and How to Set Affinity of a Process in Windows

Until the late 90s, most of the computers came only with a single-core processor (also called uniprocessor) like Intel Pentium 3. But newer processors are all multi-core processors (also called multiprocessor). The obvious benefit of a multi-core processor is that all the processing can be divided and shared by different cores at the same time, Read More …

Listsp : Manage Processes, Services, Drivers and Network in Windows

When people talk of a good process manager for Windows, the Sysinternals tools come to mind. But Sysinternal tools are available separately – each tool handles something specific, for example, Process Manager handles processes, Autoruns handles startup items, TCP View handles network connection and so on. But if you want these all features in one places, then you may Read More …

Find When & Which Programs Were Running with Process History

There are many programs for Windows that can tell you which processes are currently being run on your Windows system. Windows itself comes with the Task Manager and then there is SysInternals’ Process Explorer which is more than enough to observe processes, threads and services being run on your PC. Although these programs can tell Read More …