Category : Windows 3.X Files
Archive   : TASKLR13.ZIP
Filename : README.TXT

Output of file : README.TXT contained in archive : TASKLR13.ZIP
Task Killer

Task Killer is a Microsoft Windows Shareware program designed to
display all of the modules (DLL's and EXE's) currently loaded in the
system. In addition, Task Killer can:

- Terminate any module
- Decrement the usage count of DLL's
- Create multiple module lists showing the state of the system at
different times
- Compare module lists in side-by-side windows
- Save module lists to files
- Print module lists

Task Killer is invaluable to programmers, technical support personnel,
network administrators, and power users. DLL's which have been left in
memory can be freed and runaway programs can be terminated. You can
determine where DLL's have been loaded from, as well as sort out DLL

Task Killer requires an IBM PC or compatible running Windows 3.1.


To install Task Killer, copy the files in the KILL13.ZIP file into the
You may now create an icon by choosing the FILE | NEW menu option from
the Windows Program Manger. Click on the OK button or press ENTER.
Complete the Program Item Properties dialog box and press ENTER.

Refer to the online help to learn how to use Task Killer.

Registration Fees

Single License $ 15
2-10 computers each: $ 12
11-30 computers each: $ 9
31-60 computers each: $ 7
more than 61 computers each: $ 5

Washington State customers, please add sales tax.

To register, send a check or money order:

Hyperion Microsystems
Box 243
Edmonds, WA 98020

Or, register with CompuServe's Software Registration Service. Simply GO SWREG and follow the menus.
Task Killer's registration ID is 1226.

You may also contact us through CompuServe #76370,3353

Release Log

Version Date Modifications
------- ---- -------------
1.0 8/18/93 Initial program.
1.1 9/23/93 Added Task List Options Dialog.
1.2 10/21/93 Added Report Options Dialog.
1.3 11/23/93 Added 'Bypass WEP Processing' option.

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Archive   : TASKLR13.ZIP
Filename : README.TXT

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