How to Kill a Particular Process in windows?
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Answer / narendra bandarupalli
Go to TaskManager,
Select Applications tab and select EndTask.
Select Process tab and select EndProcess.
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Answer / srikanth.k
U can kill a particular process in windows by pressing
Ctrl+Shift+Esc-->Click on Task Manager button-->and select
the program which one you want to kill and click on End
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Answer / geekcak
using Debuggers we can kill with the command .kill
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