I've seen a few people complain about the lack of processes tab. I actually think this makes a lot of sense. The UI is geared to be relatively simple and keep the more technical stuff that your average user isn't equipped to deal with out of sight. As for IT pros, the screen shots show the Powershell icons right there. A simple get-process command will give you what you're looking for. And powershell is MUCH more powerful and with a bit of rudimentary knowledge you can customize the output of your commands to show you EXACTLY what you want to see. Microsoft has been pushing Powershell for quite a while on the server side. If you're administering Windows Server 2008 R2 servers or Exchange 2007 or 2010 and you haven't started to learn Powershell, you're already behind the curve. The only real change here is that now desktop techs and help desk people will need to add a bit of rudimentary Powershell knowledge to their toolbox. And if you're in IT and complaining about have to learn anything new, you're REALLY in the wrong field. I can't think of a field that changes faster, and has a greater requirement for constant learning than IT!
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