If you frequently have processes that are not responding, you can easily kill those processes using the built-in PowerShell from Microsoft
Some of your Windows 7 applications are unresponsive and you want to force quit them quickly? This is really easy and this tutorial is intended for absolute beginners who don’t know anything about the task manager.
Are you in full control of your computer? Do you really know what process is running in the background and what tool on your PC requires a connection to a server in russia?
If you want to take over control, you will need a good process manager for Windows 7. Oh, I don’t say that built-in process manager is bad, but if you compare it with 3rd-party tools, you will finally find out what real control is.
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