September 12th, 2021 - Free - 100% Safe
(1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)
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MyProcesses is a complete process management tool. It will enable you to have full control over the running processes and the startup processes on your computer.

Everything that happens on your computer is a process. A process is a collection of code snippets and longer programming forms that allow you to run games, apps, and other services on your computer. That’s why full control over processes is so essential and why many administrators want to control them.

This app boils the process control into a much more user-friendly way. It enables you to have complete control over the running processes and the processes that are run at launch. What is more, it’s easier to use than task manager, which is the default option for most users.

User-Friendly Tool

The most important feature of MyProcesses is its simplicity and the advanced functions it offers, especially when compared to Task Manager.

With this application, you’ll have full control over the processes you’re running while also being simple enough to understand even more inexperienced users.

Displays Processes and Control Tools

The primary window of this application will display all the processes running on your computer and the additional information tied to those processes. The good thing here is that the app doesn’t need to be installed, as you can access it via the System tray and use the functions there.

After that, you can start viewing the processes and manage them. You’ll be able to check out the data of each process and see how it works, find suspicious processes, and create rules as to when each process is to be run. The app is simple to use but highly functional.


MyProcesses makes it easy for you to control your processes and ensure that you can set up which processes are run at launch and which are not.

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Windows 10 / Windows 8 / Windows 7

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