I don’t know how to since Activity Monitor doesn’t show processes and offers options to end/kill them like Windows’ Task Manager. So the only way I could end a freezing program is a reboot with shutdown -r.
BTW, I also want to ask if there is a graphical way to reboot/shutdown haiku without having to go to the terminal and type shutdown?
Hi, open the terminal and type in top.
Looking for the process.
Type kill -9 and the process number. Then the process will be delete.
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I’m curious, what’t the point of the deskbar icon? It was not showing anything there, so it was wasting memory for no reason? I think the long term plan would be to merge slayer, pulse, team monitor and process controller all in one app or something like that…