This application terminates and blocks Windows processes, but requires advanced user knowledge to operate. ProcessPolice's simple interface displays a list of currently running processes and suggested processes to ban. You are expected to know which processes are valid. You can add notes to remind yourself of the function of each process, but don't expect ProcessPolice to help you identify the process origins. You immediately end a process or set the program to kill all instances of banned processes. This program simplifies killing many processes prior to running intensive programs such as games or encoding audio and video. This demo includes an annoying pop-up nag screen that blocks access to all programs every few minutes. This application is for advanced users only. Select users may appreciate the simple access to the process list, but most will want a full-featured process utility.
What's new in version 22.214.171.124
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedOctober 5, 2004
Operating SystemsWindows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows XP, Windows NT
End unwanted processes automatically with ProcessPolice. Secure your system, and maintain system performance by freeing up RAM and processing power. Too many processes running and spawning randomly? ProcessPolice will solve that problem. ProcessPolice uses zero processor speed and very little RAM, making it the ultimate companion for Windows based systems.
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