ProcessKO – Really powerful and effective process killer

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ProcessKO is a tiny and simple free app specially designed for instantly/regularly and forcibly killing/terminating the running stubborn or dangerous programs/processes (especially those can not be killed through ‘End task’ in Task Manager) in batch.

For some processes often need to be ended, you can add them into your favorites list to terminate them efficiently in batch each time; Or set a time interval to perform killing all processes automatically in ‘KO Timer’ option. For the ones occasionally or temporarily need to do this, you can end them by force at once through the ‘Instant K.O.’ menu.

In addition to these features, there are some other common functions like shutdown, restart, logout in the system menu (including normal and aggressive these two modes).

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Suggest running ProcessKO as administrator, to make sure it has enough ability to end the processes with higher authority.

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