Lifehacker - Kill Frozen Windows Apps Easily - How-to
taskkill.exe /f /fi "status eq not responding". That's all you need to do
taskkill.exe /f /fi "status eq not responding"
Lifehacker - Kill Frozen Windows Apps Easily - How-tosuperf4 - Project Hosting on Google Code
There's a certain hierarchy to how you can close Windows apps, including the polite "File->Exit" menu option and the more thorough "End Process" in Windows' task manager. SuperF4, however, is like DDT for apps you want gone right away. What's the advantage over the reliable Task Manager method? For one, SuperF4, which resides in memory as a background application, is quicker to fire off, especially if your system is herky-jerky and getting to Task Manager is slow going. Secondly, it doesn't ask you to confirm that you really want to end this program or process—hit Ctrl+Alt+F4, and the currently focused program just gets terminated, no questions asked. Hit the Windows key and F4, and you get a familiar skull and crossbones icon to click on a specific app to kill out. Finally, the developer notes that his app actually pulls the plug on most apps, whereas Task Manager "only asks the program to quit, and lets it decide for itself what to do."PHP: Remote Kill Switch - Make Sure You Get Paid » Ready Fire Aim
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Kill Tools Terminates Windows Processes With Ease
Exclusive Lifehacker download for Windows only: Kill Tools terminates running processes from the keyboard with a set of hotkey-triggered kill functions that can kill windows by name, title, or more.
Exclusive Lifehacker download for Windows only: Kill Tools terminates running processes from the keyboard with a set of hotkey-triggered kill functions that can kill windows by name, title, or more. Once launched, Kill Tools can be triggered by using one of the built-in shortcut keys—you can kill the current window, everything but the current window, close other windows similar to the current window (useful for closing everything but the active Explorer window), or invoke a pop up dialog that will let you kill windows by name or title—plenty of control for controlling running processes. Right now, you can kill windows with your little finger combined with these keys: Included: Win+K: Immediately kill the current process. Win+Ctrl+K: Show kill process by Name dialog. Win+Alt+K: Show kill process by process by Window Title dialog. Ctrl+Alt+F4: Closes all windows but the active one. Ctrl+Alt+F3: Closes all other windows of the same type as the active window.
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