End It All
End It All is just a basic piece of software that comes with the sole purpose of killing unnecessary processes.
More like a Task Manager that terminates apps all by itself, End It All is actually a very easy to use application, offering just a few settings to play with.
You don't have to be a very experienced user to figure out which feature is which, mostly thanks to the limited number of tools displayed in the main window.
End It All displays all running processes, along with details such as status, program and description, while also offering a dedicated utility to protect an application.
Once you click the “End It All” button, the program automatically terminates the non-essential processes and thus attempts to give your computer a performance boost. Especially useful if you want to launch a resource hog application, End It All keeps Explorer and Systray processes running, so it doesn't affect the overall stability of the system.
A help section is also available, but this didn't work during our test, so users who may need additional information on the subject have no other option than to search the Internet.
End It All works smoothly on absolutely all Windows versions, but administrator privileges are obviously needed when trying to launch it on Windows 7 workstations.
All things considered, this is a handy piece of software that needs a bunch of interface improvements for a more appealing look. A help section is also mandatory, especially because rookies may need more information on the built-in features.