Linux Task Manager, How to Kill or End Task A Linux Program



Linux Task Manager, How to Kill or End Task A Linux Program. If you found a program is very unresponsive and eating up all your system resources you may be want to end task or kill or terminate the program.
Once if a Linux software become unstable you need to force quit the application. If the program too many not responding you have to uninstall it and look for suitable version of your program even to change your program with other alternative. 

View Running Process on Linux

First, you need to view running process on Linux. To do this open System or Menu >> Administration >> System Monitor. Yes the system monitor is a Task Manager on Windows, you can end task a Linux program using this application.  This is default Linux task manager and you can force to terminate a program on Linux.
From Linux Task Manager called System Monitor you can also view resources of memory and processor used by the system also view mounted disk.
Linux Task Manager, How to Kill or End Task A Linux Program
Linux Task Manager, How to Kill or End Task A Linux Program

How to Kill or End Task A Linux Program

After opening System Monitor, select the not responding Linux program and click End Process. The Linux system will kill the selected running process from Linux service.
If you prefer using terminal to end Linux program, you may try Htop to do that. Htop is an advanced, interactive system monitor process viewer written for Linux. It is designed to replace the Unix program top. It shows a frequently updated list of the processes running on a computer, normally ordered by the amount of CPU usage and sort based on other criterias. Thank you and please share Linux Task Manager, How to Kill or End Task A Linux Program!
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