Wednesday, May 2, 2018

Kill all instances of a process using Powershell

Sometimes it is just too tedious to click on and kill all the processes in Task Manager in Windows.

If you have a PowerShell prompt open and several instances to kill the following command will do the trick.

Kill the processes

One of my favorite examples:

stop-process -name phantomjs

Get List of Processes

If you don't know the name, use the following command to get a list of all processes running


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