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Windows 7: Use a special command to stop the application?

31 May 2017   #1

windows xp c86
Use a special command to stop the application?

Use a special command to stop the application?
Its about AlwaysUP application and i use it to run other tools As System, i would like to STOP IT only when the Output.txt content finds the word FINISHED.

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