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Tuesday February 28, 2006

Creating A Taskkill Batch File

Ever have your wife or boss walk in on you while you are doing stuff you shouldn’t be? Is it hard to close all those windows at once? Rojak Pot has help in the form of a creating a Taskkill batch file “how-to” ( this must happen to them a lot ).

Take, for instance, a scenario where you want to automatically close several of your memory-hogging applications, just by executing a single batch file. This would be particularly useful when you want to play games that require a lot of memory or run a particularly memory-intensive application.