Resource Monitor - resmon.exe is an highly useful tool built-in to Windows to monitor the various resource (CPU, Disk) usage of PC. It’s overshadowed by another similar and commonly known tool, Task Manager although some of its features are superior to the latter. suspend/resume a running task in Windows Open up Resource Monitor. You can search for it in the Start or call it by its pet name resmon Now in the Overview or CPU tab, look for process you want to Pause in the list of running Processes.
One of the new features of the Windows 10 May 2019 Update is the Windows Sandbox . It is a simple virtualization tool that can be used, for example, to test software that we do not want to install on the operating system itself, or to open a potentially infected file without risking damage to the computer. It is not a replacement for VirtualBox or similar complex tools. Windows Sandbox can create one isolated copy of Windows 10 itself, the state of which cannot be saved.
It’s possible to run more than one Skype account on your computer at the same time. This might be useful if you have, for example, a Skype account you use for work and another account just for personal use. If you want to be signed in to both accounts at the same time, you need to start a new instance of Skype. Be aware that if you have multiple instances of Skype running, you may need to use the Task Manager to close Skype.
PsPing - Windows ICMP flood ping Today I need measure a packet loss on my friend router. This is very simple task for linux, because linux has a ping -f command, what is flood ping to destination ip address. How linux flood ping works? For every ECHO_REQUEST sent a period ''.'' is printed, while for ever ECHO_REPLY received a backspace is printed. This provides a rapid display of how many packets are being dropped.