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I was wondering whether there is any command to stop the execution of current running commands in windows cmd prompt..?

Do let me know if any .

Thanks in Advance Satheeshkumar

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Do you mean something like kill command in Linux? – arnep Mar 19 '13 at 9:26

did you try the following key combination: CTRL+C

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yes it works..thanks dude .. – Satheesh Mar 19 '13 at 9:31

First use tasklist to show all running tasks. Then use taskkill /PID 1234 to kill a specific task (PID is the second column) or use taskkill /IM program.exe to kill a specific programm (all instances).

Or just use Ctrl+C to kill current running programm in current cmd window.

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Thanks..it Works – Satheesh Mar 19 '13 at 9:32

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