is an application assassin of the extreme kind. It can terminate almost any process on a Windows machine, including any service and process running in the system. Even protected Microsoft system processes can be terminated.
* Kill multiple processes, either by multi-select or by clever use of “kill lists” to “batch” terminate processes with a click of a button.
* Scan the running processes and kill them on sight
Download KillProcess 2.42
(single Executable, support portability, stealth)Edit: Writes settings to Documents and Settings\User Name\Application Data
Windows Vista Issues:
If UAC is enabled, KillProcess will try to be run as "Administrator" in order to get full access to all off the processes in the system (like system processes)
If UAC is enabled, KillProcess will not startup at logon since the product has not been digitally signed and requires Administrator priviledges.
KillProcess will replace the task manager if UAS is enabled and running in Administrator mode
KillProcess 2.xx ONLY works on an 32-bit Microsoft Windows OS 2000/XP/2003/Vista, other Microsoft Windows OS:es such as: 9x/Me/NT or any Linux distribution is not supported.
KillProcess 1.6.3 is an older release that works for NT 4.0 (legacy)
Processes that are being debugged with Microsoft Developer Studio (or similar product) cannot be terminated while inside of a breakpoint (like when stepping through the code).
16-bit applications run by wowexec.exe cannot be terminated directly. You will have to terminate the wowexec.exe process that houses the 16-bit application instead
KillProcess has not been tested and verified on 64-bit Windows platforms, but should work.