find2kill

An Alfred Workflow provides ability to search and kill process by Port and Process Name

Author: xeric
Last Updated: 05/06/20 09:28:19
Stars: 5

alfred-find2kill

Alfred Quick Process Killer

An Alfred Workflow provides ability to search and kill process by Port Occupation and Process Name
(This is a shell based workflow, so nothing is required to pre-install)

fport | fproc

Command fport – Search Processes by Port Number

fport {Port Number}


By default, without provided Port Number, it will show up top 10 items, and with port number, it will find exact process which is using the port.

In the listed item, type ENTER (or click) to kill process.

Command fproc – Search Processes by Process Name

fproc {Process Name keyword}


By default, without provided Process Name keyword, it will show up top 30 processes order by CPU usage.

With provided Process Name keyword, it will search processes with keyword, please notice that if you type multiple keywords and split by space, it will just treat it as single keyword which has whitespace characters.

For example, you search “Google Chrome”, you find a process named “Google Chrome” and a process “Google Chrome Helper”, but if you type “Chrome Google”, nothing will show up.
[keyword is case insensitive]

In the listed item, type ENTER (or click) to kill process and type CTRL+ENTER (or click) to show process path details.

Download built version here:

https://github.com/xeric/alfred-find2kill/releases