Process Hacker 2.4 Portable
An easy to use process manager. Process Hacker is a feature packed tool for manipulating processes and services on your computer.Process Hacker is an application which helps users to view and manage the processes and their threads, modules and memory from their computers.

Here are some key features of Process Hacker :

· A simple, customizable tree view with highlighting showing you the processes running on your computer.
· Detailed performance graphs.
· A complete list of services and full control over them (start, stop, pause, resume and delete).
· A list of network connections.
· Comprehensive information for all processes: full process performance history, thread listing and stacks with dbghelp symbols, token information, module and mapped file information, virtual memory map, environment variables, handles, ...
· Full control over all processes1, even processes protected by rootkits or security software. Its kernel mode driver has unique abilities which allows it to terminate, suspend and resume all processes and threads, including software like IceSword, avast! anti virus, AVG Antivirus, COMODO Internet Security, etc. (just to name a few).
· Find hidden processes and terminate them. Process Hacker detects processes hidden by simple rootkits such as Hacker Defender and FU.
· Easy DLL injection and unloading2 simply right click a process and select Inject DLL to inject and right click a module and select Unload to unload!
· Many more features...


· .NET Framework 2.0
· 1GB or more of total RAM if you plan on searching or editing memory
· CPUs (physical or multi core), if you plan on searching memory

What s New in This Release:

· Better Run As behaviour
· Show Processes From All Users option
· Can now unmap section views
· Control over thread affinity
· Window Title and Window Status columns
· Plugin for filtering notifications
· Plugin for toolbar and status bar
· Performance improvements

· Memory leak
· SbieSupport plugin on 64 bit
· Crash when running under certain conditions
· Memory case insensitive filter
· Process parent association bug

· Process database



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