Nothing drives a person more nuts then a frozen computer. This goes for technicians, administrators, typical end users, and everyone else in between. Youâ€™ve been working for hours, when suddenly your computer completely locks up, and you are relegated to either rebooting your entire machine or simply killing all programs presently running. It typically happens for no rhyme or reason, but more often then not, is caused by multiple applications overloading your PC to the point where it canâ€™t take it anymore.
While rebooting is usually the most effective solution, itâ€™s typically not the most practical. Fortunately, amongst many of their great products, Resplendence Software has come up with an amazing solution to your â€˜frozenâ€™ problems, called AntiFreeze.
What is AntiFree & How it Works?
AntiFreeze is a self proclaimed â€˜Emergency Task Managerâ€™ that is capable is suspending all applications presently running, and killing them if necessary. This is how it works.
While AntiFreeze is sitting in your system tray, eating up very little resources, itâ€™s awaiting the hotkey combination of â€˜ALT+CTRL+WIN+HOMEâ€™. Once this sequence of keys is pressed, the task manager like AntiFreeze is launched and a majority of running applications go into a â€™suspendedâ€™ mode. Where as it doesnâ€™t kill any particular app, but it places it into an anti virus like quarantine and allows you view any programs that may be the culprit.
As opposed to the Windows Task Manager which doesnâ€™t suspend applications, it forces you to kill applications one by one. The suspension feature of AntiFreeze is what makes it unique. It essentially â€˜killsâ€™ any item that may be the problem child, without actually killing it at all. In the screenshot below, you can see that you also have the option of resuming programs, which you know arenâ€™t causing the issue.
The only time that such a great application as AntiFreeze wonâ€™t come in handy, is when your mouse itself has become unresponsive and your system is quite literally LOCKED UP. This typically points to a hardware issue, whether it be a driver or overheating. Other then that, AntiFreeze is a perfect solution for software based lockups, which can be quite frequent on Windows based machines.
This can be especially handy on a Windows based server, a server where a reboot cannot be accomplished during production hours. AntiFreeze is compatible with 32 and 64 bit XP, Vista and Server 2003 operating systems.
For the amount of resources that it eats up, and its completely simple ease of use, you canâ€™t go wrong with AntiFreeze. It does everything as advertised.
I hope your Pc hanging Problem will be Solved with this Utility.