Saturday, January 5, 2008

Save Windows from “Hang” State

Windows XP is considered to be very stable. And Vista… hmm… Anyway, sometimes programs hung and freeze the Windows. The Windows may still be able to move but shows “no program is responding”. AntiFreeze can save Windows from hung state. It integrates with Windows and you can call it out using the hot key. The software work as a emergency task manager. The software can save you if:

1. One or more programs are doing very intensive tasks, they consume so much processor cycles that the system becomes unresponsive.
2. One or more programs consume so much memory that the swapping file is heavily used, overloading the system
3. Programs are running with a scheduling priority which is so high that they consume all processor resources
4. Too many programs are running at the same time and they all have to compete for attention from the processor.

Best of all, the software is free and available for Windows XP and Vista.

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