In Windows 10, you can kill all not responding tasks at once. There is a special command which will allow you to do this. In this article, we will see how it can be done. Also, we'll create a shortcut to close hung tasks quickly.
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RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and optimize system performanceIn Windows 10 and in previous Windows versions, there is a taskkill console command which allows you to terminate a process or a group of processes. It supports a number of command line arguments which can be used to end some application.
For example, you can kill the explorer.exe process in order to restart it with the following command:
The /IM switch specifies the image name of the process to be terminated. It also supports wildcard '*' to specify all tasks and a part of the image name.
The switch /F will forcefully terminate the process(es).
The example above gives you an idea on how the taskkill.exe tool can be used. Now, let's see how to kill all not responding tasks.
To kill all not responding tasks in Windows 10, use the following syntax for taskkill.exe:
A new switch, /FI, applies a special filter to select a set of tasks. It also supports wildcard '*', for example: imagename eq acme*.
The status filter in the example above tells the taskill command to find all not responding tasks. The /F switch specifies that all tasks which are hung should be terminated.
The supported filters are as follows:
|Filter Name||Valid Operators||Valid Value(s)|
|STATUS||eq, ne||RUNNING NOT RESPONDING UNKNOWN|
|IMAGENAME||eq, ne||Image name|
|PID||eq, ne, gt, lt, ge, le||PID value|
|SESSION||eq, ne, gt, lt, ge, le||Session number.|
|CPUTIME||eq, ne, gt, lt, ge, le||CPU time in the format of hh:mm:ss.|
hh - hours,mm - minutes,
ss - seconds
|MEMUSAGE||eq, ne, gt, lt, ge, le||Memory usage in KB|
|USERNAME||eq, ne||User name in [domain]user format|
|MODULES||eq, ne||DLL name|
|SERVICES||eq, ne||Service name|
|WINDOWTITLE||eq, ne||Window title|
To save your time, you can create a shortcut to terminate tasks quickly.
Right-click the empty space on your Desktop and select New - Shortcut.
In the shortcut's target, specify the following command:
See the screenshot:
Name the shortcut as you wish and set the desired icon.
Now you can right-click it and pin it to the taskbar for faster access.
You can also assign a global keyboard hotkey to the file shortcut you created, so you will be able to close all not responding tasks by pressing that keyboard shortcut. Refer to the following article for step-by-step instructions:
Alternatively, you can integrate the ability to kill not responding tasks with the context menu of the Desktop. Here is how.
To add kill all not responding tasks context menu in Windows 10, you need to apply the following Registry tweak:
Paste the text above inside Notepad.
Then press Ctrl + S or execute the File - Save item from the File menu. This will open the Save dialog. There, type or copy-paste the name 'Kill.reg' including quotes.
Double quotes are important to ensure that the file will get the '*.reg' extension and not *.reg.txt. You can save the file to any desired location, for example, you can put it in your Desktop folder.
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