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"System Explorer" Allows Windows System Exploration Easily

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Windows Task Manager workalike, but better

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If you use a PC, you likely have some iteration of Windows as an operating system--and, while more of the commonly known functionality has been explored, there is still much within the Windows OS that can be known. Windows own Task Manager allows for a peek into its own internal working components, providing information on applications, processes, services, performance, and others--but, to many users, this technical information is often difficult to understand for casual use when there are problems with the Windows operating system.

System Explorer aims to put to task the perceived mystery of the Windows OS by providing a more enhanced perspective on the inner workings of Windows, using iconic descriptions, graphs, and text to simplify and expand upon Windows Task Manager, and, while not a complete replacement for Task Manager, it is a well-polished supplement to aid the more technically-advanced Windows user in understanding more clearly what goes on "under the hood" of Windows.

System Explorer, in its latest iteration (version 4.7), works in Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8, offered in two flavors: the installer version, recommended by its designers as a service, easily accessed from the system tray for PCs; a portable version with slightly less functionality for use with portable devices.

According to the publisher's website, http://systemexplorer.net, the program is FREE for personal and commercial use--quite a bargain for the expanded functionality.

For the users that have a bit more technical expertise--and for those users who are interested in learning more of the "magic" that goes on behind-the-scenes-in the Windows system processes--System Explorer is definitely worth exploring--and using!