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By ONSITE NETWORKING ·
I have many pc's (dif modle,make,nic's, etc...) that just slow down without any changes being made. They act like a run-away process is occuring. Is there any way to track what processes are running and which processes are using the most cpu time. I know this can be done in UNIX, NOVELL, and NT, but can it be donw in WIN98-SE

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by Erwin Marsch In reply to 98-SE Slowdown

Yeah, there is a great little program out there and it is free. It tracks CPU use for every application running on your machine, the version of the application, the path where the application is located and a lot more. I use it all the time and love it. Check it out.

. http://www.iarsn.com/index.html#/download.html

Good luck,
Erwin

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by mzy In reply to 98-SE Slowdown

Of course, Norton Utilities 2000 is a good program to use. It will help you speed up your computer, correct errors, and let you know what programs are running by just a choice at the right-click of your mouse at the drive itself.
Hope this will work for you, Maozy

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by dheupel In reply to 98-SE Slowdown

There is also a simple utility in W98SE called Resource Meter that gives you some basic information. Remember, a fragmented hard drive can take a huge toll on the performance of your PC.

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by CrisisBleeds In reply to 98-SE Slowdown

To find all processes download Microsoft's kernel toys. There is one called wintop.exe that shows all running processes and the amount of resources they are using. The file name for the kerneltoys is w95krnltoys.exe. I found this while exploring a site call annoyances.org. It is a great site for general win95/98 problems.

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