Do you sometimes find you are making your PC multitask a little too much? It's great being able to run lots of programs at the same time, but it affects performance. JustCloseSomeTasks is designed to help out by letting you close inactive apps with a hot key command.
You can configure it as you like, but the basic settings mean any running task will be checked in a list if inactive for 360 seconds, and if the hot key is pressed, all these apps will be closed. You can alter the inactivity time, exclude apps permanently or temporarily, and also use it like a normal task manager and close a program at will.
Pressing your defined hotkey will open JustCloseSomeTasks, and hitting return closes inactive tasks. It's good that it opens, as this means you won't accidentally close something you don't mean to. There is nothing complicated about JustCloseSomeTasks, it does what it claims to without problems, and you may find it a more comfortable way to close tasks than the windows task manager.
This small application can be run from a USB, so can be added to your portable app arsenal. It won't win any prizes for flashy graphics or revolutionary user interfaces, but is perfectly functional.
JustCloseSomeTasks is a great way to keep track of and close inactive tasks in Windows.