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KillEmAll (command line) v21.11.12.1
KillEmAll (command line) v21.11.12.1 KillEmAll is a ‘panic‘ button with an ‘ask questions later‘ attitude, designed to identify and terminate all non-essential running programs. Great for quickly closing unwanted apps, system inspection, and even malware removal! Why Use It? The best usage case for KillEmAll to most users is to close all open web browser windows if you get a suspected malicious popup while visiting a website. The the reason you don’t simply close or “X out” the popup is because malicious code can be run even if you click the X button — it is after all just another button, you might as well be clicking “OK” or “Yes, please do what you want with my PC…” but if you don’t click anything and KillEmAll does the work, forcing the application’s process to close without any additional code execution. Other tasks that benefit from the advantage of quickly and forcefully closing all applications: before performing maintenance on your PC, before and during general troubleshooting, or before playing resource intensive games. General Usage: Simply run the .exe (from anywhere, even a flash drive or network path) and then press a key to terminate unnecessary programs running under any standard user account, or alternately you can press ‘D‘ for Debug mode (more on that below.) If your Windows is configured with UAC enabled (default) then you can right-click and choose Run as Administrator to kill all other programs running under an Administrator/System account. If started via Windows Explorer, KillEmAll will display a ‘press any key to exit’ prompt when completed, giving you the option to press ‘L‘ to generate a log file. When started from a console window you ...
5/5 742 Nov 19, 2021
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KillEmAll (last GUI version) v21.2.16
KillEmAll (last GUI version) v21.2.16 KillEmAll is a ‘panic’ button with an ‘ask questions later’ attitude, designed to neutralize, terminate, and later identify all non-essential running programs. Great for quickly closing unwanted apps, system inspection, and even malware removal! KillEmAll is free for both personal and commercial usage. Completely portable. Keep it on your flash drive! The Nutshell: Specifically KillEmAll terminates every (currently running) program on your computer except essential Windows processes. The best usage case for KillEmAll to most users, is to close all open web browser windows if you get a suspected malicious popup while visiting a website. The the reason you don’t simply close or “X out” the popup is because malicious code can be run even if you click the X button — it is after all just another button, you might as well be clicking “OK“ or “Yes, please do what you want with my PC…“ but if you don’t click anything and KillEmAll does the work, forcing the application’s process to close without any additional code execution. Other more mundane tasks include the advantage of quickly closing all applications before performing maintenance on your PC, general troubleshooting, or playing resource intensive games. Obviously, any data used by the applications being closed, if not previously saved, will be lost! Warning: This program does not waste any time. Once you click "Okay" on the first screen, all non-essential programs will be instantly closed. You will lose any unsaved information in those programs. Click here to visit the author's website.
5/5 1,716 Nov 19, 2021
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