Quickly Kill Programs or Games with SuperF4
We all hate to sit staring blankly at the computer screen while waiting for a program to unfreeze or in simple language when the computer stops responding for just a single hanged app and nothing happens when we press Ctrl+Alt+Delete to bring up the task manager. We eventually give up and reboot the computer by pressing the power button.
SuperF4 is developed specifically to kill the offending app or game and bring back normality to the system. What SuperF4 does is, it kills the process of the foreground window when Ctrl+Alt+F4 is pressed. SuperF4 is free, supports just about every version of Windows, and is incredibly simple to use. SuperF4 instantly kills the processes associated with the foreground application, SuperF4 should be able to kill all kinds of processes, whether they are hung or not.
Using SuperF4 is different than pressing Alt+F4 or just opening the task manager and asking it to end the offending application. Both of those send the command to the app, asking it to close cleanly, and giving you the option of whether you want to force the app to shut down or not. But SuperF4 effectively kills the program and doesn’t give it a chance to save unsaved work.
When started, you can enable or disable SuperF4 by clicking the tray icon. You can set it to autostart in the tray menu. SuperF4 will automatically check for updates when you start the program, but you can disable that in SuperF4.ini.