I havent really used killbox before...probably because I have always used Gipo and it has served its purpose. I read about it a little and it sounds like it accomplishes the same task with a slightly different means. Killbox (from my limited understanding) tries to find the process that is using the file, ends it, and then allows you to delete the file. This would not require a reboot. It also sounds a bit safer (but less capable) than Gipo. Gipo marks a file for deletion, reboots, and deletes the file before the OS even loads. This means you can delete anything
. Killbox may not allow you to do that because it probably wont allow you to delete a file that is required for the OS to continue running. But, again, I am not sure. Thanks for the suggestion though...I'll try Killbox out...sounds a bit safer and may not require a reboot. Cheers.
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