Process Killer 1.4.2 (2005) PC

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Title: Process Killer 1.4.2
Purpose: Process Manager
Developer: [url= ]alex[/url]
Year: 2005
Platform: PC
Version: 1.4.2
Interface language: Russian
Tablet: Not required
System requirements: Windows 98, ME, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista
Description: Process Killer 1.4.2 is a tool for destroying "harmful" or simply unnecessary processes, and prkiller can be called by pressing Ctrl+Sift+~. In addition to its main task, it performs many other things.


It works for all Windows (well, except, probably, WinNT 3.51 and Win 3.1).
No confirmation requests are issued ("You are absolutely sure...") - well, who needs it??? But if you really need it, everything can be configured in the Options.
Processes are sorted in reverse order, so the cursor immediately stands on the last running process (and not on the contrary, as in many other similar programs).
You can look at the info on any process, including the full path to the .exe file of the process.
There is no "Update" button in the main window of the program - the list of processes and other information are updated automatically.
The program uses 2 methods of tracking key combinations, so the main window of the program will appear even if you press this combination in some full-screen toy in Win9x/ME.
The program takes up a minimum of RAM and practically does not affect the performance of your computer.
In order for the program to start automatically from the Registry, you just need to go to the program settings - there is such an option there.
The program saves its settings not in the Registry, but in a .cfg file (in the same directory where the program itself is located). So, if you need to copy it somewhere, then you can grab a file with the settings.
Under Win9x/ME, the program is not visible in the list after Ctrl+Alt+Del. There are also no icons in the tray.
More than one copy of the program will never start, so the memory will not be clogged with extra copies.
You can change the priority of any process.
Under WinNT/2000/XP/2003 with administrator rights, you can kill anything (winlogon.exe etc.).
Some additional data is displayed: the total number of processes/threads, as well as the ProcessID, the number of threads and the priority of the selected process. In addition, hung processes are highlighted.
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