Windows only: Free application ClickGone (or One Click App Killer—there's some confusion over the actual name) turns your mouse cursor into a crosshair and forcibly kills the first app your pull the trigger on. Although it's fun to fire up Internet Explorer and kill it for sport, the application is actually intended to kill off frozen apps quickly and easily. Assuming you were to create a keyboard shortcut to run ClickGone, it could serve as a simple go-to for knocking out a stalled application. This single-use utility is freeware, Windows only.
One Click App Killer Turns Your Mouse Into An App Assassin
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