“What’s my computer doing” is a small yet powerful free utility that will give you exhaustive information about all the process running in your system at a given time. These processes include those that have been launched automatically by your operating system, and those which seem to be working in the background without your permission.
This simple application comes in very handy whenever you become suspicious of some unexpected frantic activity in your CPU. This simple and small utility will tell you all you need to know about the processes that make your CPU LED blink even when no application seems to be running. It will list the names of the processes as they become active together with how many seconds ago that happened. You can select any of them in order to learn more. You will be given exhaustive and detailed information about when the executable file was created, installed, and launched; details about the product and the producer, its version, and some external links about the product. Even more importantly, “What’s my computer doing” gives you some security advice – it tells you if the program contains a signature or not, and if it is invalid.
All in all, a very interesting free utility to find out what is going on in your system when you are not using it.