KillProcess 2.43 Alpha 2

Posted on Tuesday, June 17 2008 @ 13:55 CEST by

The KillProcess application can terminate almost any application on an PC running Microsoft Windows, including Windows Services and applications being debugged (but not while at a breakpoint) in a matter of millisecond. This is more powerful than the Windows TaskManager, which also has an delay to wait for applications to "die" gracefully. KillProcess is also free from stupid questions that asks you if you are really sure that you now what you are doing (well there actually is such questions, but you can disable them). The Windows TaskManager also cannot terminate multiple processes at the same time, which is something that KillProcess is really good at! Either have the processes in your kill list, or select them in the process list and "kill" them manually.

* Fixed the application to fully support support Vista, which means that the application will default run in normal mode and that there is an elevated mode available.
* Now possible to launch processes in elevated mode for Vista
* Changed the trayicon information to show the active killlist if availabe (suggestion by Charlie)
* Added the possibility to load lists right of the trayicon menu
* Added the possibility to run lists right of the trayicon menu - that is evil powerful! (suggestion by Charlie)
* Moved the "PID" column in the process list (suggestion by Eric Hale)
* Removed the "Listed" column in the process list and replaced with the "Parent PID" which is much more useful
* Fixed the bug with the "Minimize on Exit" function not being applied on the X-button (reported by Charlie)
* Now possible to explore the process folder
* + several other smaller bugs and improvements
Program Information

Tools and Utilities

2.43 Alpha 2
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