If you have multiple windows open, your system might get slow, and you may face some errors. Logically, to solve this, you need to kill all those tasks. And in this tutorial we’ll show you how to easily kill all running tasks at once with just one click.
I know that first thing that comes to your mind when you’re in a situation like this is forceful restarting. But you definitely shouldn’t do that, because forceful restarting could do some damage to your computer and its system files. So, forget about forceful restarting, and perform some of the following actions in this article.
Kill unresounding processes in Command Prompt
If you think that Windows already has all you need to solve various problems, than you’ll try with this solution. Command Prompt is very useful, and is one of the most powerful features of Windows, so killing a couple of unresponding processes should be a piece of cake for such a tool. To kill unresponding processes with the Command Prompt, do the following:
- Go to Search, type cmd and open Command Prompt
- In Command Prompt, enter the following line and press Enter
- taskkill /f /fi “status eq not responding”
This command should kill all processes recognized as unresponding, and you’ll be good to go.
If you more like to use third-party software to solve problems, CloseAll is probably the best task-killing tool out there. It automatically closes all running processes, leaving you on Desktop. All you have to do is to open it and press OK, and that’s the whole philosophy. Some users recommend you to pin it to taskbar, in order to have easy, instant access to it every time you need it. You can download CloseAll from its official website, for free.
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