This task manager applet for Linux shows a graphical list of processes like ps and top.
gPS reads data directly from the /proc filesystem. It allows the user to filter and sort the process list on any field, kill processes with SIGHUP and SIGKILL signals, and re-nice processes.
In this tutorial, we're going to show you how to manage processes on your Android phone so that you can free up resources for more important tasks. view it
In this tutorial, we show you how to use even more advanced shortcuts on your Android phone. view it
Unlike any other Web browser Google Chrome has the ability to let you control software crashes view it
Every PC has processes that are running in the background. To find out exactly what they are you need to use ProcessScanner view it
If you want to quickly stop running tasks Advanced Task Killer is what you need. view it
Gingerbread lets you see detailed data on what processes and apps are chewing through your battery. With the Super AMOLED screen on the Nexus S, Gingerbread is the most-power friendly version of the OS yet. view it
Pt. 2: Taking your Mac to task view it