Security vendor Xyvos released Xyvos System Explorer freeware portable tool similar to SysInternals Autoruns tool shows currently running processes, active TDP/UDP connections and Autorun entries of processes set to autorun from registry.

Xyvos System Explorer

Using Xyvos System Explorer

Download the program archive and extract its contents to a folder and run Xyvos System Explorer executable. The tool offers three tabs .

Process Explorer tab shows currently running processes by displaying Process Name, Path, PID, Description, Company, Authentic Code signed etc.. You can select a process and right-click on it to either kill that process or search for more info about it in Google.

 TCP/UDP  Connections tab shows processes connected to outside of your network ( if you’re connected to a network).

Autorun Entries displays autorun entries from registry, you can select a entry and right-click on it to delete it or search for it on Google.

Xyvos System Explorer similar to Autoruns helps to find processes related to find hidden spyware and malware in your system.

Xyvos System Explorer works on all Windows.

Download Xyvos System Explorer

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