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Today you are going to learn much more about the registry and its configuration. This registry trick causes a non-responding application to terminate instantly without calling third-party software. Even more, this is tested windows registry trick so no need to bother that much about any crashing of your software. Windows automatically focus and obviously handled itself for all the processes and decide the unneeded process which required to kill at the appropriate time.
If an active program is not responding, it means that a problem has occurred in the process of that program. You then say that your Windows computer is not responding or PC hanged and it is, therefore, your activity becomes more slowly than normal while working on the Windows. If you want you can wait to start it working automatically else you can kill, close or terminate the nonresponding process of that program manually.
Get your computer out of this jam and keep your computer running smoothly by following an easy method. Learn to try the actions in order to get immediate results.
Force close a Program which Windows cannot terminateClose unresponsive tasks or programs: Actually, in Windows, some amount of time is kept assigned to a particular process in which it has to be responded, but in some cases the program not able to react by windows compiler and at this time, the window compiler determines that the program is getting suspended/hanged/or not responding.
In this trick, we are changing that period of time of a program to respond to fewer milliseconds. To terminate nonresponsive processed, programs or tasks you can also use task manager provided by Windows by default. In this method, you'll see how to force close a nonresponsive program, even when the process of that program won’t close by Windows or using the Task Manager.
How to Kill Non-Responding Process Automatically To Speedup Windows 10/8/7/XPThere is a better way for terminating hanged programs automatically. Learn how to kill these unwanted and non-responding programs from the task manager automatically.
Follow the steps to kill unresponsive programs, processes and task automatically to speed up Windows performance:
- Go to 'Run' in all programs start menu. Type 'regedit', press enter.
- Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\
- Now, in right panel find 'AutoEndTasks'
- Set the value to 1.
- Now in the same list, find 'WaitToKillAppTimeout'
- Change to the number of milliseconds you want. [Prefer to use 200 that have been tested]
- Restart your computer.