Ending a process is a piece-of-cake. All you need to do is select the process and hit the mighty “End Process” button in the Task Manager. What does it really do and why do we end the process so brutally?
There are two cases where a user might want to end a certain process. In the first case if the program is not responding, the user will kill the program’s process and then restart the program again(losing all the work). While in the second case most users kill the program process because it is taking a large amount of memory(again losing all the work).
For the first case we can technically do nothing, since killing the process is the last resort to end the program. But for the second case, you could use Free Process Freezer.
What this app does is to allow the users to suspend the process(that is taking large amount of memory) and then resume it later. Thus, restoring all the work and preventing the loss. Sounds great, eh?
I was able to test it successfully on both Windows XP and Vista. It was however giving exception error on Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit. I was not able to test it on 32-bit version of Windows 7. You can try it for yourself and let us know if it works.