Most Windows users can’t say what exactly each process does when they take a quick look at the Windows Task Manager. Of course, most of you will recognize some Windows processes. But you will need to spend a lot of time on Google and forums to research other, less known Windows processes, especially if your computer is infected and some windows processes eventually are run by malware.
Even fewer people know how to fix various process-related errors. There is a number of windows process websites that offer general process descriptions, but those descriptions are automatically generated and, to be frank, not really useful if you are trying to fix errors. So, you are forced to spend even more time on Google and forums researching Windows processes.
File Inspect Library is a new Windows process library that has a different, more helpful approach to help Windows users more understanding the Windows process information, behavior and how to fix the windows process error solutions.
Instead of providing general process descriptions, the Windows process library website offers tips and fixes for possible errors. You can see what I mean if you go to www.fileinspect.com and do a search for Windows Explorer, explorer.exe. You will find a very informative article that explains what is explorer.exe and how to fix high various Windows Explorer errors.
Users can rate processes, leave comments, ask questions and share their own knowledge about process-related errors.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 users can download a small free tool called Fileinspect Sidebar Gadget.
This File Inspect sidebar tool displays the most resource-heavy processes running on your computer – very useful if you don’t want to have the Task Manager open all the time! To see a detailed description of a single process, simply click on the magnifying glass sign and get all the information you need.
The site is still in Beta, so not all processes have a detailed article describing them – most of the descriptions are still general. However, it’s clear that Fileinspect.com is trying to become more informative and helpful than other similar websites.