Cool Sites - Process Library - Provides information about any process on your computer

Process Library lets you find information about any process running on your machineKeeping up with bringing you a cool website every Friday, today we present ProcessLibrary.com to you. How many times have you looked on to your Task Manager to troubleshoot your PC performance and found a process running on there that you had no clue about ? I think I have stumbled across such processes lots of time. Some of those processes are legit processes and killing the process via task manager can bring you unwanted results. However, sometimes those could be processes related spyware or malware or a hung application that might be eating away all the CPU and RAM on your machine. ProcessLibrary.com is an online database of 140,000 processes and 50,000 DLLs which you can search. To find out what a particular process on your computer is about, you can do this in three quick step as follows

1: Simply identify the process that you want to find out about and go to Process Library.com. In our example we will try and find out about mdnsresponder.exe which shows running in task manager.

Identify the process you want to find information about from task manager

2. Punch in your search term, mdnsresponder.exe in the search box and hit enter. A summarized search result comes up.

Summarized result comes up for the process on your PC

3. Clicking on the provided link then brings up the detailed information about the process you are searching for on your PC.

Clicking on the provided link then brings up the detailed information about the process you are searching for on your PC.

In our example we found out that he process mdnsresponder.exe is a component of the Apple Service, which is identified with the Bonjour for Windows software application initially utilized by iTunes because of its music sharing functionality.

We can now sleep happy thinking its not a malware or spyware process running a rougue process on my PC :-)  You can do it too! Just head over to:

http://www.processlibrary.com