Jun 16, 2010

Daphne 1.46

Daphne is a free system utility designed to help users to manage and debug processes. The program is suitable for beginners and advanced users alike.

The program itself is an advanced task manager and system monitor. It would run in the system tray and display all the running processes together with their paths, threads, priority, class, memory usage, swap and peak swap. You can use the program to kill services, create trap, set priority, stop, pause or view their properties. You can also run programs, view hidden applications and schedule system shutdown.

You can also create a service kill menu for killing several services using a keyword (menu name). Besides, there's a window property inspector available as well as the possibility to create a list of highlighted programs based on different variables.

Pluses:The system resource usage is so small, you won't notice the program running in the background. You can set the program window transparency.

Drawbacks / flaws: | can be used in command mode.

In consclusion: This may be quite a useful tool; when a system crash may be around the corner, this program might be just the solution to prevent that.

version reviewed: 1.25

by Soft32 Editors on 11/20/2007: "Small application for killing processes."

Daphne Publisher's Description

Daphne is a small (system tray) application for killing, controlling and debuging window's processes. You can kill a process by dragging the mouse over the windows, by right-clicking the process in the main process list, or by typing its name with the "Kill all by name" command. You can set a any window to be always on top, to be transparent, to be enable, et cetera.

What's new
Process owner column, Process l/0 read/write colums, Logging facility for process events, Per process detailed l/0 information, Major bug fixed: Get process environment information, Major bug fixed: CPU usage not showing if Daphne main window was hidden, improved web update checking.

Download Link:

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Source: www.soft32.com

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