ZIFFPAGE TITLEUsing TaskPower
Using TaskPower At first glance, TaskPower looks a lot like Windows Task Manager, which comes up when you press Ctrl-Alt-Delete and click on the Task Manager button in Windows 2000 or XP. But TaskPower vastly enhances the information and control you gain, while simplifying the interface.
TaskPowers main window presents a clean, simple interface with no menu and just five labeled buttonsRefresh, About, Config, Help, and Exitbelow the title bar. Under the buttons is a tabbed display that lets you choose to view Applications, Tasks, Services, or Drivers loaded in memory. The type of information shown in the viewing pane beneath the tabs depends on the tab selected. An information bar at the bottom of the window shows the total count for each of the four process types.
You can launch TaskPower from the shortcut the installation wizard adds to your Start menu (under Programs). The utility will scan your computer for loaded applications, tasks, services, and drivers and gather information about them from its database or from the programs themselves (this may take a minute or two).