MegaEdit [filename] [processnumber]
After starting MegaEdit, it will present its main
window as shown in Figure 1 below.
Figure 1: MegaEdit main window
The window is separated in two main areas.
The tree display in the top half shows a graphical
representation of the parents of a process.
The lower half of the window is occupied by the script
list, a list of available process types and some
push buttons to perform actions like inserting and deleting
of processes from the script.
A status line at the bottom of the window gives you
feedback about the state of MegaEdit and the
results of your actions.
After loading a script file you can start to browse through the process list and follow the history leading to the current process.
As the name implies, MegaEdit is not just MegaBrowser, but offers the possibility to edit processes and their parameters. It is also possible to add new processes or to delete them. See the chapter on Editing Processes for more details on how to accomplish this.