There are various reasons for a computer to be running slow and sluggish. It is not necessary security or virus related. Sometimes it might be due to software errors or hardware problems. Whatever it is, normally when a computer is running slowly, users tend to press Ctrl-Alt-Delete to run the Window task manager, click on the “Processes” tab and check the applications which are consuming a lot of memory or CPU resources. There are many applications in the list and users might have problems to identify or recognize each and every process. There might be some viruses hiding in your system that hog your system resources or slow your computer down. However, accidentally terminating certain processes might cause you a lot of inconvenience and hassle.

To identify or detect the processes running in your system, of course you can google or search the internet. However, his process is tedious, so you should get help from ProcessLibrary. ProcessLibrary offer ProcessQuickLink, a quick link info bar which allows users to check the latest definitions and exhaustive advice on all the processes running in the Windows Task Manager.

Users can download the ProcessQuickLink tool via the direct link here. The Windows Task Manager’s assistant is tiny in size and won’t consume a lot of your system resources while it is running. Whenever you are curious about your system and intend to check the resources consumption for processes in your Windows Task Manager, you will see a lot of green icons appearing next to each running process. Clicking on the green icon will lead you to the information about the particular process which is extracted from ProcessLibrary.

ProcessQuickLink is absolutely free. It supports and is compatible with Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Windows Vista.