Daphne is the first open source Windows task manager replacement. Was created back in 2005 during development of an electrical network management software. Debugging this application required to constantly kill a set of running processes. That was the first Daphne function: allow for configuring menu items with an associated process list, and terminating those process with a single click. With the time Daphne became more popular and users kept asking for new functionality. Its full features list is now quite large.
Today you can kill a process by dragging the mouse over the windows, by right-clicking the in the main process list, or by typing its name with the Kill all by name command. You can set a any window to be always on top, to an arbitrary size, to be transparent, enable/disable, and more.
This is the second video tutorial for Daphne. You can watch the other Daphne videos here
This video was made using CamStudio - Free Streaming Video Desktop Recording Software
You can trust Daphne because it's open source software and its full source code is published for download in this page along with the binary installers. MD5 and SHA1 hashes are provided for file integrity validation after download. Daphne installers don't offer third party software installation and this application is provided free of charge. If you find this not being respected by a third party download site, please let me know.
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Daphne is licensed under the GNU General Public License