I have never used this application but I found the applications homepage has even more information than the previous post mentions they are found in the Note, and Features for Daphne v1.45
Daphne's homepage wrote:
NOTE:* Windows XP and Vista users may have to add "Debug programs" privilege to their accounts in order to see full process list.
Features: * Enhanced (experimental) multidesktop feature: use up to four windows desktops using WindowsKey + F5 to F8.
* Installed software list for inspecting installed software available in tray icon menu. Installed software
* Check process hierarchy tree using the "Show process tree" at tray icon menu. Process tree
* Parent process name an PID at process' properties.
* Now you can make configuration portable using INI file instead of registry base configuration.
* Support for DRK's process data base information search and contribution.
* Hide application tool: drop the target over the application's window you want to hide. Later, you can restore the application from Daphne menu.
* Take care: process names may be eclipsed by malicious software.
* Find process window tool: identify the process which owns the targeted window.
* Traps: you can set up traps to be applied to any process being created.
* Detailed process list, including full path and arguments.
* Per process detail including: Windows tree, thread list, modules, enviroment variables.
* Using the windows tree you can: Show, hide, set always on top on or off, set focus, et cetera to any give window.
* Kill all by name: Kill all process using a given name.
* Kill menu: Customizable menu, each menu item has a process list to kill upon activation.
* Process list highlighting with colors for custom, system and high CPU-consumption processes.
* Control inspector window for revealing hidden passwords.
* Drag and drop tool for killing, setting alpha, enabling controls and putting windows always on top.
* "Hide Java VM from command line" option in advanced tab makes Daphne strip the path to the default Java VM in full path mode.
* Internationalization: Spanish, Italian, German, French, Chinese, Valencian, Polish, Russian, Portuguese and Japanese support.
I find the notes on java and the multidesktop feature intriguing.
I may have to try the portable version to see if this application is as good as it sounds.