The Task Manager is a tool in the Microsoft Windows operating system that allows users to view and manage the processes and services running on their computer. It provides information about the CPU, memory, and network usage of each process, and allows users to end processes or set the priority at which they run. The Task Manager can also be used to start and stop services, and to view a history of resource usage. To open the Task Manager, you can right-click on the taskbar and select “Task Manager,” or you can use the Ctrl+Alt+Delete shortcut and click on “Task Manager.”
Windows Task Manager displays the programs and processes that are currently running on your computer. Here we uploaded 32 bit or 64 bit Windows Task Manager Source code which displays Running applications, Processes, and CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Process performance. This source code is developed using VB.NET 2008 and it works in VB.NET 2010 and VB.NET 2012.
Project title: Windows Task Manager
Launguage Used to develop: VB.NET 2008
Modules of Windows Task Manager:
- Applications Menu: The Applications menu will show you all running programs. If a program is no longer responding user can choose “End Task” option from the Task Manager.
- Processes Menu: The Processes menu which displays a list of all the running processes that are on the computer.
- Performance Menu: The Performance menu which displays CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Process performance. In this you can check Performance of the PC.
However, you can use VB.NET to create your own task manager or process manager application that has similar features.
Here are some things that you might include in a VB.NET task manager:
- A list of processes running on the system, along with information such as the process name, ID, and CPU and memory usage.
- The ability to end or kill processes.
- The ability to set the priority at which processes run.
- A list of services running on the system, along with information such as the service name and status.
- The ability to start and stop services.
- A history of resource usage, such as CPU and memory usage over time.
To create a task manager application in VB.NET, you can use the System.Diagnostics namespace, which includes classes for interacting with processes and services on the system. You can also use the PerformanceCounter class to track resource usage over time.