ZaydanMC App Killer
Some applications may pose difficulties when you want to close them, or even freeze completely, leaving you unable to terminate them without making use of the task manager utility. In addition, you may want to increase or decrease the priority level for some processes, depending on their importance.
View all the running processes and information about their state
ZaydanMC App Killer is an application that comes with a solution to this problem, by enabling you to quickly kill any process that has stopped responding, as well as terminate background apps that run without your permission. The utility also displays a few details about every application, such as process name, allocated memory and priority level.
The program list contains the currently running processes from all the users and you can browse through them, in order to find the one you are looking for. Unfortunately, they are not arranged in any meaningful way, so it might prove to be a bit time consuming to find what you need. In addition, the list is cluttered with doubles and the scroll bar is buggy, since it stops working after a certain point.
Choose the desired priority level for every process
In order to properly handle all the simultaneously running applications, your operating system assigns priority levels to each one of them, depending on their importance and the amount of resources they require. ZaydanMC App Killer allows you to dedicate a higher priority class to a process, or send it in the background by classifying it as idle.
It is worth noting, though, that changing these settings can cause your applications to stop functioning correctly, or even block you entire system, especially if you toy around with the realtime setting. In addition, the program does not allow you to terminate the main system process, in order to protect your computer.
Thanks to its responsiveness and light interface, ZaydanMC App Killer is a handy utility to have around on your system. Although you do not need much experience to use it, you should be fairly well aware of what you are doing before changing the process priority settings, in order to avoid any data loss.