How To Easily Close Your Not Responding Program

Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Sometimes we've had problems that make the program not responding and we normally just press Ctrl + Alt + Del, then click Start Task Manager. Then click End Task for closing applications that not responding it. Do you know if there's file name taskkill.exe which is the default Windows application? So we can close the application not responding to much more easily.


The trick is to create a shortcut to the file taskkill.exe with the following steps:

* Right-click your desktop, select 'Create New Shortcut'

* Copy-paste the code below into the field location shortcut
taskkill.exe / f / fi "status eq not responding"


After performing the above steps then there will be a shortcut with the name 'taskkill.exe'.


With double-click the shortcut, the computer will automatically identify and shut down any programs 'Not Responding'.

These tips work on Windows XP Pro, Vista and Windows 7.

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