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kill process command in context menu

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is there any tool availabel that add some kind of a kill functionality to the context menu that appers when you right clikc on the running tasks in the taskbar. The close option isnt too effective as it waists for the pplication to exit and the only other to kill and app is through the task manager.
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none that I am aware of, though process explorer from sysinternals has a kill process tree function

and windows xp pro does have a command line function to kill a process, or sysinternals has a command line utility that can be used in win2k and xp home called pkill
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