|05 Dec 2009||#1|
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Skip "checking for solution"
When a program crashes, generally i just press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC, quickly locate it in processes, then ALT+E (end process) for an instant shutdown.
Both Vista and Windows 7 are capable of shutting down the application quickly as well, but they both try to find a solution before shutting down a program forcefully.
Is there a registry key that i can tweak that would make windows just forcefully shut down programs instead of trying to look for solutions online?
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