Faber Toys

Faber Toys

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analyze application threads and more Faber Toys is a system utility, mainly developed for power users who want to know what s going on in their Personal Computer. The program may also be used by programmers as a tool for tracking their application. It provides a list of all running processes and also a list of all modules loaded by a process. For each running process, Faber Toys can display the number of threads, priority, version, description as well as the parent process. It also shows the shows the date, size, ActiveX status, version and description of each loaded module. You can chose to kill selected processes or also change their priority. Additional features include filtering, application aliasing, detailed file examination, HTML reports and much more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Fabio Vescarelli Price Free
Version 2.6 Build 52 Last updated Oct 03, 2004
File Size 1.86 Mb Requirements None

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Hit and miss 5 stars by gimpguy Sep 26, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
First of all, it is very detailed and you do get a lot of information on applications and such. The interface is extremely easy to use for this type of program, no issues installing or running so far. You can examine files, view properties, check all sorts of files and processes, basically, if it's there, you can view it. For what this does, I was surprised at the ease of use. Not for standard users by any means though. One more thing, if you leave the box checked to donate to author, you will get taken to a website called... Kagi Marketplace... If you don't leave the box checked, you won't get taken there. (I am not saying to NOT check or leave it checked, just for shock purposes) Donations would probably appreciated anyway. Great work. show Review details
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