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A windows 8-like Task Manager for Windows 7 ,work in progress!

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OOOOO, very nice! This is one of the few things that makes me want to use win8: new task manager and new file explorer.

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That's neat. I will give it a try. :)

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Very nice, keep up the good work! (Y)

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I registered just to say this, fantastic work! It was one of the first things I looked for, a version for Windows 7 but sadly one wasn't available. Now there is :) Please keep up the good work!

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If I wanted to replace the default task manager with this one, what would I need to do - step by step?

(thats my way of saying EXCELLENT WORK MAN!)

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If I wanted to replace the default task manager with this one, what would I need to do - step by step?

(thats my way of saying EXCELLENT WORK MAN!)

I don't think there is a way to do that yet. While it's works decently it took me less than a minute to make it crash just fiddling with resizing the columns and going through the tabs. It's in no way reliable (yet) as the built in manager.

That being said it looks, great work.

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Are you the same DBC who created DBCShell.exe with Vista like clock for XP? :)

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I don't think there is a way to do that yet. While it's works decently it took me less than a minute to make it crash just fiddling with resizing the columns and going through the tabs. It's in no way reliable (yet) as the built in manager.

That being said it looks, great work.

Bugger. Well please update this thread when a stable release is out :)

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Are you the same DBC who created DBCShell.exe with Vista like clock for XP? :)

yes I am!

Bugger. Well please update this thread when a stable release is out :)

it's unstable now,please keep waiting thanks!!

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I tested replacing taskmgr with this in a VM to see if it would work and its fine. Thanks a lot for this! :)

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Nice, ill keep an eye on this :)

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I said this on the front page artical.. Real men use Process Explorer!

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Nice. Doesn't support custom dark themes though:

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Nice, i will be keeping an eye on this as well, although it works (didnt crash on me) it doesnt sort by columns properly, eg show highest uses processes and keep refreshing to keep them in order.

Honestly the task manager and file copy operation is the only two things i like about windows 8.

There is a registry key under hklm from memory that points to task manager, so it wouldnt be hard to replace it with this. (http://marc-bourassa...indows-7-64-bit)

If you could update the post when / if you update it i would be grateful.

Regz PLAzmA

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Very nice. How can we know when you update this?

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Very nice, I love this interface more than in Windows 8 because font you choose is simple. But I get a bug about CPU and Disk, it almost appears in Disk. Some process get wrong CPU or Disk like below. I think you already know that.

I run Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. I love the Disk and Network in Windows 8 version.

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only issue I have with the cool little app is, my AMD A8-3520M CPU is listed only as a single core when it is a quadcore.

other then that.. bitchin' app!

Very nice, I love this interface more than in Windows 8 because font you choose is simple. But I get a bug about CPU and Disk, it almost appears in Disk. Some process get wrong CPU or Disk like below. I think you already know that.

I run Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. I love the Disk and Network in Windows 8 version.

I got the same thing however, in my case, they'd show up then immediately disappear.

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who is behind this nice app? I'd like to send them an issue..laptop issue.

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shows 4 distinct cores under the info. and no CPU speed above. other then that, what a nice little app!

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:o :o :o

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Hell yeah!!! I'll be keeping an eye on this thread. Awesome job OP!

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Hello! As you can see the column "memory" always shows the zero value. Maybe I did not set up something?

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:o :o :o

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Well slap my ass and call my Monica, that's built into Windows 8 as well... didn't even know you can change that manually.....

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interesting :)

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