Process Manager For Windows Adds Controls To System Menu


Process Manager for Windows [PMW] adds following menus to system menu of any application. [System menu: when you right click on any application in taskbar, you see a menu with options close, minimize,maximize, that is called “System menu”]

It adds some controls to system menu as well as tray bar on your windows machine. Some of the controls which process manager adds to system menu are – ‘Kill’ , ‘Priority’ , ‘Remember Priority for Application’ , ‘Hide me ‘ , ‘Hide Others’ , ‘Always on top’ , ‘Minimize to system tray’ , ‘Transparency’.

These menus are added to the tray menu – ‘Kill All’ , ‘Hide All’ , ‘Unhide All’ , ‘Unhide’. It can autoupdate and also has option to hide tray icon. PMW has 60,257+ users across the globe and still counting. It simplifies the process when working on windows machine.

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  1. This is very neat. Will try it on Windows 7 later on and let you know how it goes.

  2. cna training says:

    Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!


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