Convenient Way to 'End it All'
Nothing sinister about this subject if you own a computer and need
a quick way of preparing for the installation of a new programme,
or defragmenting the hard drive.
Most programmes come with instructions to close all running applications
on your computer before you install the programme.
This isn't always simple, especially with resident programmes which
run in the background (eg virus checkers).
The programme "Enditall" provides a simple and convenient
way to shut down everything on your computer (except the essential
operations) with just one mouse click.
This popular freeware programme can be downloaded and used without
payment by clicking here.
If you use "Enditall" to prepare your computer for hard
drive defragmenting (refer Nov - Dec newsletter), remember also
to disable your screen saver, as "Enditall" can only close
programmes which are already running.
Note: If the above internet address is a bit daunting to type,
phone me and I will be happy to email it to you, so you can simply
copy it from the email and paste into the address bar of your browser.
First printed SNN Newsletter May 2001