Sometimes you run into an issue with a linux application locking up on you. When this does happen, its frustrating… The question is now, whats the easiest way to do this? Well heres your tutorial

1. Click killing
Press keys alt+f2, then in the box type:
xkill
now click the application that is frozen and your done!

2. Terminal Killall
Open up the Terminal, type:
sudo killall application-name

3. Terminal PID killing
Open up the terminal again, type:
ps aux | grep
look for the PID of the application you want to kill,
then type;
kill PID#

i hope you learned something new and wont ever have to worry about how to force kill an application!
-Pastelinux

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