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Not a problem. Process Explorer is one of my favorite, can't live without it, tools. I recommend it's use frequently when diagnosing problems.
But rather than describing how to download it, let me show you.
Note: this video's fairly out of date, as Process Explorer has been moved to the Microsoft web site when SysInternals was purchased by Microsoft. You'll find it here. While the details are somewhat different, the concepts outlined in the video below still apply.
I've put together a short, two minute video walking through the steps to download, open and run Process Explorer. Hopefully viewing that'll explain things better than I could describe.
Download the video: downloadingprocessexplorer.mp4 (4.5M).
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