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Thread: How to terminate Process and Delete the Source Program with Ultimate Process Killer

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    Aug 2005

    How to terminate Process and Delete the Source Program with Ultimate Process Killer

    Windows Task Manager is probably good enough to show what processes are currently running in your computer. However, if you want to know the path of the process especially when you suspect your computer is affected by virus due to specific process, Windows Task Manager may has limitation to show you the detailed information so that you can’t take the action to delete the file directly. Ultimate Process Killer is designed to replace Windows Task Manager with such enhancement.

    Ultimate Process Killer is a free utility that not only shows all processes running in the computer, but it also displays the detailed information such as the path of the process, thread, priority, processor time, page file size and etc. It is a lightweight and easy to use utility that allows you to select any process and kill it by clicking on the Kill Process button. On top of this, It provides you the option to delete the process as well. This is useful especially when some suspicious processes that could post threat to your computer systems and you can take the action to stop and delete the process right away.

    Ultimate Process Killer 1.2 is absolutely free to download. It doesn’t required any installation, just run the executable file and it will able to show you all current running processes immediately.


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    Dec 2004

    Re: How to terminate Process and Delete the Source Program with Ultimate Process Killer

    How to stop or kill a process in Windows XP or Vista?

    Why would you need to kill a process in Windows XP or Vista? We sometimes need to stop a process to diagnose a system problem, such as removing Spyware or computer viruses. One of the easiest yet most efficient way to accomplish this is to use the built-in Task Manager in Windows XP or Vista. Here’s how you do it:

    1. Press “Alt+Ctrl+Delete“, then click on “Task Manager“. You can also launch the Task Manager instantly if you press Ctrl + Shift + ESC simultaneously. This is much easier than accessing it from Ctrl + Alt + Delete or the taskbar. It works for both Windows XP or Windows Vista.

    2. Select the process that you want to stop, then click on “End Process“.

    It’s advised not to stop a system process. Stopping a system process can cause the computer to hang or freeze up.


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