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Msida, Malta, 2006/09/15 - ProcessLibrary.com is an acclaimed “Industry Standard”, online service providing information describing processes running on computers thus proving to be an invaluable security service to millions of computer users worldwide.
Deep in the recesses of any computer, innumerable processes are running silently in the background. Some grab system resources, drastically slowing computers down; others harbour spyware and Trojans violating privacy and giving hackers free reign on compromised systems. ProcessLibrary.com gives you instant access to an extensive online database of comprehensive process descriptions to help you understand what is really running on your computer.
Since the launch of the original site in 2004, processlibrary.com has generated over 5 million visits per month, and has become one of the most used web-based services globally. The site has been redesigned with several new features and improvements, and launched on 13th September 2006.
The upgraded website will have several new key features:
• Intelligent Search Engine
• Improved process information
• More processes listed
• Faster Results
• RSS/Atom feeds
• Simpler design.
Uniblue CEO, Bosse Malmberg, said “As processlibrary.com is a useful resource for any PC user, we wanted to ensure that the site is extremely user-friendly providing as much information as possible. We have optimized the site so that its performance has been greatly enhanced, along with offering some new functionality such as RSS feeds”.
About Uniblue Systems Ltd
Uniblue (uniblue.com) was launched in 2003. Uniblue Systems Ltd 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, and SpeedUpMyPC.
Uniblue also provides its acclaimed Process Library services free to all PC users. As ProcessLibrary.com, it is recommended by several prominent companies as the definitive reference point for checking the functionality of what is and should not be inside a Windows operating PC.