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Close All Running Programs With a Click Without Any Software [How to]

Sometimes you may want to close all running programs on your Windows PC for several reasons. But closing each and every program is a cumbersome job, right? What about if you can do this with a click? Here is a simple trick to close all running programs with a click of a button. To do that, all you need to create a desktop shortcut that will terminate all running programs.

Right click on the desktop and select ‘New’ and then ‘Shortcut’. Copy and paste the command shown below in the pop-up box (Change JK to your Windows user name).

taskkill /F /FI "USERNAME eq JK" /FI "IMAGENAME ne explorer.exe" /FI "IMAGENAME ne dwm.exe"
Then click ‘Next’ and Finish the settings. Right click on this newly created shortcut and select properties to change the icon. Click change icon button and choose a desired icon.

Just click on this task kill shortcut icon terminate all running programs. [Via]


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