After you launch Chameleon Task Manager it will display all configurations in a pane on the left, all programs will be listed in the second pane on the right, and a additional information about every program will be given below.
Processes - Programs currently running.
Configuration - Program settings in the current configuration.
All programs - All programs ever run on your computer.
Statistics - Resource usage statistics. Thus you can determine which programs use the most resources, slowing down the computer.
Services - Windows service is a long-running executable that performs specific functions and it is designed not to require user intervention.
It's list of all your configurations.
Configurations starting with _AutoSave are backups saved automatically.
The last loaded configuration is highlighted in bold.
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You can select what should be displayed in the list:
List - A simple list of processes.
Groups - Process by group view (processes grouped according to various criteria: services, system programs, resource usage etc).
Tree - Process tree view.
Programs with different statuses are highlighted in different colors:
Black: normally running programs.
Grey: recently closed programs.
Blue: recently launched programs.
Purple: grouped programs with the number of running instances in brackets.
Red: frozen programs.
To perform any operation with the programs, you can open the context menu with a right click or you can click them to open the menu. Double-click a program to quickly open its settings.
You can right-click the header of the list to select the columns you want to see displayed (this works for all lists used in the program).
Here you can see data about the program and the system.
If there are several programs selected in the list, the program shows information about all selected programs (if possible) by adding them together.
Other operations can be saved or performed with most of the information by selecting and right-clicking them.
You can search any active list in the program by starting to type a word.
The program searches through all available data (paths, descriptions, etc).
You can use regular expressions.
You can cancel the search results by pressing the Esc key.