CyberProtect - Process Manager Crack & Keygen

CyberProtect - Process Manager is a feather-light application you can use to view the currently running processes and terminate the ones which are no longer responding to commands.

Compared to the Windows Task Manager, this tool offers a simpler alternative by packing less features and showing only the necessary and suffice options for ending active programs.

Download CyberProtect - Process Manager Crack

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Rank 1.0
761 1.0
Crack size ~ 500KB
Downloads total 6772
Systems Win 2K, Win XP, Win Vista, Win Vista 64 bit, Win 7, Win 7 64 bit

The setup procedure is a speedy task that requires minimal user assistance. It doesn't include unfamiliar options or third-party offers. However, it asks you to install .NET Framework if you don't already have it, since it was developed with Microsoft's platform.

When it comes to the interface, CyberProtect - Process Manager opts for a simple window that doesn't emphasize the graphical elements, preferring a classical look and focusing on functionality instead. It has a neatly structured layout and reveals all settings available.

The currently running processes are automatically identified at startup and displayed in a list, so you can check out their names and number of total items, as well as click any entry to end the corresponding program.

Moreover, you can update this list if any changes were made in the meantime, as well as set the main panel to stay on top of other open windows. It gets minimized to the taskbar and has the same icon as the Windows Task Manager. There are no other notable settings provided by this software product.

We haven't experienced any compatibility issues with the newer Windows models in our tests, although the program hasn't been updated for a long time. It left a small footprint on the computer's performance, thanks to the fact that it required a low amount of CPU and RAM to work properly.

To wrap it up, CyberProtect - Process Manager Keygen provides a quick solution to all users looking to seamlessly terminate currently running applications, quicker than using the Windows Task Manager. However, it doesn't bring anything new to the table.


Annalisa, 24 January 2018

Thank you very much

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