I will start with the biggest disadvantage of this app -
fkill is written in JS using Node.js. To be clear - JS is not my enemy, I'm not using that stack, so I had to install npm and so on.
Fabulously kill processes. Cross-platform.
Works on macOS, Linux, and Windows.
$ npm install --global fkill-cli
$ fkill --help Usage $ fkill [<pid|name> …] Options --force -f Force kill --verbose -v Show process arguments --silent -s Silently kill and always exit with code 0 Examples $ fkill 1337 $ fkill safari $ fkill :8080 $ fkill 1337 safari :8080 $ fkill To kill a port, prefix it with a colon. For example: :8080. Run without arguments to use the interactive interface. In interactive mode, 🚦n% indicates high CPU usage and 🐏n% indicates high memory usage. The process name is case insensitive.
fkill without arguments to launch the interactive UI.
npm install --global fkill-cli
- kill process by pid -
fkill 1337(nothing fancy)
- kill process by name -
- kill process by port -
fkill :8080- will kill process which uses port 8080, super cool feature
- interactive mode -
fkill- shows all processes, search bar, ports used by each process, memory usage and CPU usage
-fto force kill