Updates Process Hacker v-2.35: multi-purpose tool that helps you monitor system resources, debug software and detect malware.
* New rich pop-up UI when hovering the cursor over a tray icon, showing the most active processes
* Completely new Memory tab for processes, with heap, stack and working set usage
* Process Hacker now takes 32-bit dumps of 32-bit processes on 64-bit Windows
* NOTE: When using the portable (.zip) release, the entire archive must be extracted
* Updated DotNetTools plugin:
* Process Hacker now displays managed stack traces for 32-bit .NET processes on 64-bit Windows
* Added AppDomain column for threads in .NET programs
* OTHER CHANGES:
* Added customizable bytes per row setting for memory editor
* Dramatically faster handle listing and search when running without administrative privileges
* Added trigger and delayed start information to service list
* Added file information to service list tooltips
* Balloon tips for process/service notifications are now clickable
* Added handle names for unnamed File objects
* Added I/O Priority to tray icon process menu
* Added warning for users who attempt to start the 32-bit version on 64-bit Windows
* Updated ExtendedServices plugin:
* Added service protection and SID information
* Updated ExtendedTools plugin:
* Added tray icon mini info window support
* Improved automatic GPU node selection
* Fixed a bug in phsvc that caused hangs when automatically elevating actions
* Fixed hang when viewing handle security for certain File objects
* Fixed lack of information on startup when using slower refresh intervals
* Fixed Read/Write Address crash
* Fixed service non-polling mode on Windows 8 and above
* Fixed file dialog crash in Windows PE environments
* Fixed string scanning false positive case
* Fixed process window detection for Modern UI apps
* Fixed handle list selection bug when disabling “Hide unnamed handles”
A free, powerful, multi-purpose tool that helps you monitor system resources, debug software and detect malware.
Many of you have probably used Process Explorer in the past. Process Hacker has several advantages:
– Process Hacker is open source and can be modified or redistributed.
– Process Hacker is more customizable.
– Process Hacker shows services, network connections, disk activity, and much more!
– Process Hacker is better for debugging and reverse engineering.
== Settings ==
If you are running Process Hacker from a USB drive, you may want to save Process Hacker’s settings there as well. To do this, create a blank file named “ProcessHacker.exe.settings.xml” in the same directory as ProcessHacker.exe. You can do this using Windows Explorer:
1. Make sure “Hide extensions for known file types” is unticked in Tools > Folder options > View.
2. Right-click in the folder and choose New > Text Document.
3. Rename the file to ProcessHacker.exe.settings.xml (delete the “.txt”
+ Windows XP (SP2)/Vista/7/8, 32-bit or 64-bit.
+ Intel Itanium platforms are not supported.