Quick Tip: Make a Shortcut To Kill “Not Responding” Applications
Posted in Windows-7, Windows-vista, Windows-xp
"Not responding" applications can be very annoying more than that it's time to kill each of them. To save time we will show you how to create a shortcut to kill "Not responding" applications quickly.
On your desktop "Right Click" New->Shortcut
A wizard will appear in the label under "Type the location of the item"
Enter the code below
taskkill.exe /f /fi "status eq not responding"
Click "Next" then enter a name for the shortcut.
When an application stops responding and annoy you just run the shortcut and it will do the job for you.
Note: When an application stops responding and you run the shortcut to kill it all your unsaved work will be deleted.