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    Question Task Manager Process Identification

    I know there are sites which have listings of processes to look up manually to see if they are good/bad etc

    BUT, is there a software that I can use which can scan and identify the processes for me?

    I found something called runscanner from hxxp://www.runscanner.net/ , never heard of it..so I don't trust it.
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    I've used iKnow Process Scanner in the past, but usually I depend on the manual process to look it up better. Seems most of the scanner utilities never get the same information as the websites do. I think Uniblue (same owner as processlibrary.com) has an app that does process scanning, but I've never tried it out. I usually use that website to see what a process is etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by psionic98 View Post
    I've used iKnow Process Scanner in the past, but usually I depend on the manual process to look it up better. Seems most of the scanner utilities never get the same information as the websites do. I think Uniblue (same owner as processlibrary.com) has an app that does process scanning, but I've never tried it out. I usually use that website to see what a process is etc.
    Thanks their scanner was helpful!!
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