Auslogics Task Manager

Auslogics Task Manager 2.2

Using it you can know which processes are really running on your computer

Auslogics’ Task Manager is an application that mimics the behavior of Window's own task manager, though it adds more options and features to it. For example, you can see the specific CPU, disk and network usage of a specific process, instead of viewing an overall process performance, as in Windows.

The application has a nice interface, which is also very simple and easy to use. Besides the obvious “Applications” and “Processes” sections, the Task Manager also includes “Windows Services” and “Locked Files Windows”, which makes these system tools easy to access. You will also find a menu with a selection of the most helpful system tools that Windows has to offer. Task Manager also includes a process library - in case you are wondering what a process really does in your system, you can always check it through this tool via a direct link to FileInspect.

The application in itself is great; however, it is not as easy to reach as Windows’ Task Manager. It would be great to be able to use a hotkey to call the application whenever you need it, though you can always run the application and then minimize it to system tray. So, overall, if you need more control over the processes and applications that you run in your computer, this Task Manager is a great tool to have.

Ismael Mireles
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Review summary


  • Very good features
  • Nice interface


  • Cannot substitute Windows' Task Manager
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