Many processes are running simultaneously on your system. Those processes are either system processes or user processes. System Processes means in this case that these processes are started and managed by the operating system; the User Processes are the ones which are caused by additional software (every software which you’ve installed after the Windows® installation).
With so many processes it might be hard to keep track of things. Therefore, Ashampoo Core Tuner 2 provides the opportunity to view processes separately. You have the following options:
In the default setting all processes are shown. This way you won’t miss out on anything, but this isn’t a very clear overview.
Therefore, you can for example hide the system idle process, which is only active, when the cores are not occupied otherwise. It cannot be optimized using Ashampoo Core Tuner 2 and is not of much interest for you. System processes are required within your Windows system and can therefore also be hidden without hesitation. By clicking on the appropriate option the processes will be hidden.
Using Ashampoo Core Tuner 2 you have full control over system processes. Therefore it is also theoretically possible to crash the system, if certain critical system processes are terminated. In order to prevent this happening accidentally, the editing and termination of system processes is disabled by default. This can be changed in the settings. If you don’t want to see processes whose termination could be critical, just click on Hide critical system processes (see image below).
In addition to critical system processes, there are also those system processes whose termination was not evaluated as essential by our experts. If you would like to also hide those, just click on Hide normal system processes (see image below).
If you would like to undo a certain action, just click on the option once again (uncheck).