When a process crashes I get a dialog that asks me what to do with the application (check for a solution or skip without any actions). How can I completely avoid Windows to complain about a crash so the process simply is killed without any prompt or similar?
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I would assume another way to get rid of that is to disable Windows error reporting.
For Windows 7, you'd want to set it to Never check for solutions in the Problem Reporting Settings: