Process Hacker

Process Hacker is an open source process viewer. It is similar to Process Explorer, but has many more features for debugging and monitoring. Additionally, it can terminate processes that other tools cannot.

Latest development build (3.0.105) – download at your own risk:
All executable files are signed.

Home page: http://processhacker.sourceforge.net/

Please visit the forums if you have any questions about this software.

37 Comments

  1. Please add edit time or atleat ph version number, so that people don’t download the same file again & again.

    Atleast Edit Time or Latest Dev Ph Version Number on this web page.

  2. sf.net/p/processhacker/code disabled ?

    If yes then why ?

    I can’t see code on sf.net as i previously did.

    ?????????

  3. i use windows xp sp3
    i am trying to find network tray icon for many hours but didn’t find any thing
    i use Process Hacker 2.35 (r5898)
    but also in system information is not disk gpu and network graph!
    also in hacker menu there is no “Show details for all processes”!

    in my tray icon menu is only
    1-cpu history 2-cpu usage 3-I/O history 4-Commit history 5-Physical memory history

    what should i do?

  4. Finally got the link to work. TY very much. I have also been running it for quiet a while and it works perfectly. Good work!

  5. Software Developers Dream!!! Literally could not have survived the last few years without this application… it’s a blinkin masterpiece. Thank you!

  6. hayatımda gördüğüm en kötü uygulama sizin yüzünüzden oyunlara giremedim oyunlarınız bozulmamasını istiyorsanız indirmeyin ben sildim şimdi bilgisayarım daha iyi çalışıyo

  7. Not sure why (and I doubt this is even PH’s fault…), but the last few times I’ve updated/re-installed my Nvidia gpu driver it reset my Process Hacker settings. Reason I said I doubt it’s PH’s fault is because for the last 3 years or so (I got the card christmas 2017), 8/10 driver udpates now crash/hang (fuzzy snow screen — even though when am forced to power down and reboot it shows the driver was installed..). Lately when this happens it resets my PH settings, though. If you or anyone here knows anything that might help I’d be grateful. For now, though, I just started keeping a backup of the settings file.

    Anyway, I also wanted to say – Process Hacker is probably my favorite desktop/windows application of all time. It’s one of a few must-install-instantly programs for each fresh Windows install, and I can’t think of another utility/app I’ve gotten more use out of (and I’m not even a developer – most of what I’m sure are the more useful parts are well over my head). I used the sysinternals PE before finding PH right around when it came out, but for some reason I like Hacker 10x more. PLEASE never let this project die! 🙂

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