This free File.net Windows Process Viewer displays all running Windows processes on your computer. It shows the Windows file name, full folder path and file size. If you click a process, the file checker connects to the File.net online database for additional process information including the real name of the process and the name of the developer. Additionally, you see the default and expected folder path. So you can check if your process is the original Windows system process in the right folder or if it's a fake, trojan process. Often attacked Windows files are svchost.exe, lsass.exe, ctfmon.exe, csrss.exe, alg.exe, wmiprvse.exe, wisptis.exe and wuauclt.exe.