From what I know, everytime we want to stop an app (or a frozen app), we will go TaskManager, select the app,
Go to Process and terminate the process. "Ending Process" is preferred over "Ending Task" (sometimes "ending task" doesn't work anyway).
Image for End Task:
Image for End Process:
As you examine processes, note that although applications have a main process, a single application may start multiple processes. Generally, these processes are dependent on the main application process and are stopped when you terminate the main application process or use End Task. Because of this, you'll usually want to terminate the main application process or the application itself rather than dependent processes.
They are saying it is preferred to "End Task" because the process is stopped when I stop the app. But I don't understand their logic at all, Why not simply stop the process instead?
What advantages does
Ending Task have over