The world's leading and most definitive process listing available for Windows users - processlibrary.com, has now launched Process Scanner, which searches for and identifies all the processes running on the user's PC. The deep scan is fast, completely free and brings interactivity to processlibrary.com; within seconds supplying a list of currently running processes, .dlls and other items running at present or in other instances. The list provides clear, at-a-glance, categorized information on the task functions of each item, color-coded information on the threat risk from safe to dangerous, and advises the user on the type of action to be taken. The user can also share the list with others as it is saved on the server for a few days, or they can click to create a log which generates a CSV file.
The process list is checked against all known processes, and an alert is raised when any unrecognized variants or processes not covered by the Library are found. Uniblue's proprietary RePLACE technology matches the PC's data list with all existing entries, constantly updating the Library. Using the internal checking system, the Uniblue Lab's team of specialists edits the existing data. Because this happens continuously, it means that the Process Library is updated and improved on a daily basis, making the comprehensive service even more valuable for millions of PC users worldwide.
Process Scanner was developed by the Uniblue Labs team, who incorporated open-source technology into the project.
About Uniblue Systems Ltd
Uniblue Systems Ltd (uniblue.net) is a provider of award-winning software products designed to deliver superior performance, protection and security to PC users in the Home, SoHo and Business Markets. Products include Registry Booster, WinTasks, WinBackUp, System Tweak, SpyEraser and SpeedUpMyPC.
Uniblue Labs is Uniblue's research department, and provides its acclaimed Process Library services free to all PC users. As ProcessLibrary.com, it is recommended by several prominent companies such as Yahoo!®, as the definitive reference point for checking the functionality of what is and should not be inside a Windows operating PC.
Recently Uniblue Labs launched LocalCooling.com - a free initiative for PC users everywhere to fight Global Warming from their Desktop.