Monday, 17 September 2012

How To End Non-responding Programs Easily

KYD Evolution: How To End Non-responding Programs Easily
Ending Non-responding programs have always been an annoying and most difficult task an average computer user faces. Programs become non-responding due to errors
and insufficient memory in the system. Today we'll be covering how to easily end these programs when they turn up unresponsive. Our tool will be the Windows Task Manager.
The Windows Task Manager is an utility program that comes pre-installed in all Windows Operating System installations. To access the Task Manager, there are two major ways:
  1. Press Ctrl + Alt + Del, in older versions of Windows, this will open the task manager directly. But in newer versions like the Windows 7, A window will be displayed where you can select Task Manager.
  2. The second major method is by right-clicking on the taskbar and selecting task Manager in the menu that shows.
Now to the business of the day, When you have a program that is now unresponsive and you need to end it urgently, all you have to do is
  • Open the task manager, Switch to the application tab and select the program you want to end.
  • Now right-click on the particular program and select "Go to process". This will take you to the application process.
  • Right-click and select "End Process", you will be asked to confirm, just click ok..
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