Find a program

Hi all,
I am bugged that I can't find or remember the name of a program I used a few months back and I'm hoping you can help just by my description.
Okay, the program would launch and scan the registry\progs and I would be able to see two rows of tabs. Each tab would show a different thing it scanned for and one tab actually had everything all-together.
 It would allow me to see in-depth as to registry settings, context menus and parts of programs and files associated with each service running. I believe it was a Microsoft free tool but obviously I can't find it.

Thanks for your help.

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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Process Explorer (SysInternals) in Microsoft Downloads.

There is also Process Monitor but your description sounds like Process Explorer.
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tekmouseAuthor Commented:
ProcMon looks like it, except what I was using was much more organized. It actually highlighted items that may be invalid.
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JohnBusiness Consultant (Owner)Commented:
Did you try PE? It is very organized. PM is a running list of all going on. I use both and both have their place.
tekmouseAuthor Commented:
Yes! Autoruns! Thank you so much. Sweet tool---
tekmouseAuthor Commented:
Thanks, John. I tried PE but it was all I was looking for like AutoRuns! Thanks for your help.
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