There are hell lot of process which keep on running in windows using system resources like RAM and CPU usage, some of these processes may or may not relevant to the user.
But a how does a windows user know? Which process are useful and which are not out of all the process running on your windows.
Process Explorer is another useful utility by sysinternals which shows you all the process running on your windows system.
Let’s see how can we use process explorer to get the information about a particular process running.
How to know about a process with process explorer?
1. Download Process Explorer from here and run it
2. Now, click on the process in process explorer and press ctrl + m
3. You can also right click on the process in process explorer and select Search Online
Note: Ctrl+m is the shortcut key to initiate your default browser to perform a search for the specific process on the web.