Is it possible to make Ctrl+C act like Ctrl+Break in the Windows 7
By default Ctrl+C seems to only send a signal the next time the input buffer is read, where Ctrl+Break sends a signal immediately.
This makes Ctrl+C useless for ending processes because when I want to end a process I want to end it immediately.
I'm using Ctrl+Break for now but it's far harder to type.
It looks like in DOS you can add
CONFIG.SYS to achieve this, but not in Windows 7?