Terminate or just suspend processes, even in batch mode, with DTaskManager
DTaskManager provides some options that the native Windows Task Manager misses.
With this light but powerful program you have 3 modes of terminating processes: a termination request, a standard “forced” termination after a confirmation, and a fully forced termination concerning any type of processes. The last option bypasses all permissions and it can also end system processes.
With DTaskManager you can also just “suspend” a process and re-enable it later on. You may like to use this option to control a job such as video encoding, that consumes a lot of resources, in order to do something urgent.
The program lets you also terminate a lot of processes at once, selecting all of them.
DTaskManager is indeed a unique Task Manager that power users may like to have in their software collection.