Process Killer is an easy to use Windows application designed to kill running processes with just a single click.
In case the popular Windows Task Manager isn’t working anymore and you’re forced to look for a similar solution, Process Killer may be the answer to your request.
With a very simple and easy to use interface, the program has been designed with a single goal in mind: help users terminate any of the running processes with just one mouse click.
Since it doesn’t provide any other feature, the interface is focused solely on this purpose, so it shows a list of the running processes, along with information about each of them, including flags, user count, Process ID, default heap ID, threat count, parent process ID and base priority.
It’s enough to select an item from the list and hit the “Kill Process” button to terminate any running process, with a dedicated refresh button to make sure the list comprises the latest launched items too.
While Process Killer works flawlessly on all Windows versions, it’s important to note that the program requires administrator privileges on Windows 7 to be able to terminate running processes.
All things considered, Process Killer is quite a handy piece of software, but it doesn’t do much more than the standard Windows Task Manager. Still a good thing in case you got infected by a computer virus that also disabled Task Manager, Process Killer proves to be an effective and a reliable tool that serves its purpose with minimum effort.