The apparent limitations in Windows standard Task Manager have encouraged many developers to create their own version of this tool, usually providing more information and more advanced tools.
This is the case of Security Process Explorer, a full featured task manager created by Glarysoft (who you may already know for their awesome Glary Utilities). This tool analyzes your system and creates a list with all the currently active applications and processes, each one of them complemented with extra data such as CPU and memory usage, threads, priority and also a rating according to the level of trust given by this program's users themselves. There's also a link to obtain more information about the selected process on the web, which takes you to a knowledge database created by Glarysoft (although the button clearly says "Google it!").
Security Process Explorer includes the usual set of features you find in this kind of apps: possibility to set priority, end any given process or see the associated files (DLL) linked to it. However, there are other Windows Task Manager replacements far more complete than Security Process Explorer.
Security Process Standard is a good alternative to the standard Windows Task Manager but it falls short of expectations when compared to other replacement tools.