There can be times when you must stop an executable or a process during a procedure. With PsKill, you can do this quickly. We found an article that explains the how and why. The article provides instructions on using the PsKill tool, a part of the PsTools suite, to forcefully stop a process or end a task using the command line in Windows 11. It explains that PsKill is a process killer that can shut down any unwanted process. It can also terminate processes on remote systems without installing a client on the target computer. The article also provides information on how to download and set PsKill into a system’s default folder and provides examples of commands that can be used in the command prompt or PowerShell to check and list all running processes on a device.