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How to close a currently active windows ?

Posted on 2003-11-06
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  Suppose that there are 4 tasks
currently running on the system,
(For eg.  Calculator, Notepad, Word
and Power Point). How can we close
one of these windows using a VC++
program ??

   What exactly I want is, I would
like to display all the applications
currently running on the machine in
a Listbox. When I select any of them
and press a button labled 'Close'
then, that application should be
terminated.

   Plz help me regarding this!!
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Question by:balakiran_bs
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Terminate an application is different for Windows 95/98/Me to Windows NT/2000/XP.

Be Careful!
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Hmm, the same as with the other Q - the links cover the issue...
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