EndItAll is a system utility developed by Ziff Davis Media, Inc. The program works like the Task Manager of Windows, and is specifically designed as a process killer. It is used for killing chosen processes such as frozen programs. Aside from just killing processes, the program also shows the programs in which each of the detected processes are related to.
The program’s interface is straightforward and features a single-windowed interface. All the available functions are accessible straight from the window. After launching the program, it automatically lists down all the applications running on the computer system. It also shows details about the detected processes such as program, description, and status. Users can then decide which processes to end. Aside from normally closing the program, users may also kill a process by force. There is also a function to protect selected processes. EndItAll will not disturb any of the protected programs/processes.
After choosing which programs to close, users can also set or configure the program for automatic action. This can be done through scripting or a batch file. Configuring EndItAll for automatic action can be useful when defragging or backing up the system. There is also an option that allows users to prevent screensavers and power management operations while the program is working.