We've all got that stage with Windows where we feel like ending it all (or buying a Mac). As you sit in front of your PC with a gun to the screen though, you might first like to try this.
EndItAll is an ultra powerful Windows process killer than attempts to rid your system of those files that have either frozen your system or simply refuse to budge. However, unlike Windows very basic process manager, it also indicates to what programs each process relates to which stops you shutting down anything essential which for me, is the real beauty of this program.
However, the program will not close everything - it will stop short of closing anything essential anyway so it's really idiot proof. The interface is really simple and it certainly looks a lot better than Windows own Process Manager. If you need to suddenly free up some RAM, it's a much better option and vastly more powerful.
A much more effective solution to killing Windows processes although it doesn't kill everything which is a good or bad thing depending on weather you know what you are doing.
Shows which programs relate to which processes
Simple but elegant GUI
Very quick at closing programs
Can't always be used under severe crash conditions
Doesn't kill everything
Ever felt like EndingItAll? EndItAll2 is what you need - handy for closing all programs that simply won't close. It's powerful and simple to use.
This easy to use and well presented program gives you more power to choose the Windows processes that you want to kill - and won't allow you to kill those you shouldn't be touching.
"Poor program, installed a thread on my computer."
Installed other applications which I didn't want as well. Put 3 programs in the start up folder - wouldn't trust or recommend.