Close Down All Non-Essential Windows Apps with EndItAll
Posted by keelynet on March 4, 2008
I have this slowdown every now and then, it is SOOO annoying. One other thing for XP is the auto updates that screw up memory intensive programs like graphics or video. There is a fix for that too but don’t have it handy. But this one sounds worth getting to free up resources.
“Windows only: EndItAll is a free utility that lets you choose a handful of system and critical processes and applications that you don’t want to shut down—and then kill all the others. Launchig EndItAll gives you a prompt similar to Windows’ Task Manager, where you choose the programs that should be protected, restarted, or closed. While the app seems to catch most system processes and auto-protect them, it still requires a bit of knowledge about your system and what killing will do to a process before using. Once you’ve got your footing, however, EndItAll can create a batch file that performs its own function for your multi-kill convenience. EndItAll is a free download for Windows systems only. For other, generally more safe tips on pruning your processes for more memory, check out our guide to mastering Windows’ task manage. (via lifehacker.com)” – Source
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