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Tip Be smart about shutdowns When you shut down an application by clicking the End Task button on the Applications tab, the effect is the same as if you had chosen to shut down the program using its menus or by right-clicking its taskbar button and choosing Close. If the program can respond to the shutdown request, it should prompt you for confirmation or give you a chance to save open files, if necessary. By contrast, the End Process button on the Processes tab zaps a process immediately and irrevocably, closing any open files without giving you a chance to save them. Whenever possible, you should try the End Task option first and reserve the drastic End Process option for situations in which you have no alternative. As noted earlier, the items listed on the Applications tab represent only a portion of the total number of programs and services running on a Windows computer at any given time. To see the entire list of running processes and gain access to a broader selection of tools for managing them, click the Processes tab.
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Figure 10-7. The Applications tab lists all running programs with a corresponding taskbar button; it doesn t include hidden programs and system processes.
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition In its default view, the Processes tab lists programs and services that are directly accessible to the user. Note in the example shown here that 30 processes are currently running (as evidenced by the value in the lower right corner of the dialog box). So why does the list display only a dozen entries
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The short list shows only processes that can be directly controlled by the user. If you select the Show Processes From All Users check box, the list expands to include all currently running processes. In this case shown below, the list of all users includes the built-in System, Network Service, and Local Service accounts. On a system where Fast User Switching is enabled, you may see processes owned by other logged-on users; in addition, on a computer running a server application such as Internet Information Services, you may see listings for accounts created and managed by the server, such as IWAM_computername.
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For each process, Windows Task Manager includes the following information by default: Image Name (the name of the process), User Name (which user started the process), CPU (the percentage of the CPU s capacity that the process is currently using), and Mem Usage
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Tuning Up System Performance (the amount of memory the process requires to perform its regular functions, sometimes referred to as its working set).
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Interpret memory usage correctly If you add up the figures in the Mem Usage column, you ll notice that the total does not correspond to any figure on the Performance tab. That s perfectly normal. In the curious language of software developers, the number to the right of each entry in the Processes list represents the sum of the memory pages in its current working set. Those pages might not have been used in days or weeks, but Windows doesn t remove them until it needs the pages for something else. In addition, some chunks of code are shareable. Two or more programs in the list might be using the same code, stored in the same physical location in memory; however, each entry in the Processes list will count that amount of memory separately. Use the numbers in the Mem Usage column as a general guideline, but don t assume that they re completely accurate.
Processes are sorted initially by the order in which they were started, with the most recent entries at the top. You can sort by any column by clicking the column heading (click a second time to reverse the sort order). As noted earlier, this is a good way to identify processes that are using more than their fair share of memory or CPU time.
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