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tools Whenever you install new software one of the first thing they tell you to do is to shut down all open programs, Likewise when you run your disk defragmenter or scandisk you need to close all open programs. Most computers today have a dozen or more open programs and process running all the time. Shutting them down manually is a tedious and time-consuming endeavor. That’s where Enditall 2 comes in to save the day.

EndItAll 2 lists all the programs running on your system, and lets you decide which ones to close down. The processes necessary for basic system operation are protected from termination. From the remaining processes, you can choose which to close, which to kill (close down forcibly), and which to protect. Once you know which files you want to shut down, you can configure EndItAll for automatic action via script or batch file. This is useful for backups and defrags during off-hours. Options let you block power management and the screen saver during operation.

Enditall

The yellow lock icon means that Enditall can close or kill the process
A red lock icon indicates a protected process that cannot be killed or closed.
A lock icon with the X and the green border indicates processes that can be closed but not killed.
A skull with a red border allows to kill the process but not to close it.

Here’s another scenario:
You want to play a demanding video game or run a processor intensive program like Photoshop or do some video editing or transcoding, the more programs you have open the slower the process will be. Use Enditall to shut-um down first.

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