The current version of Process Blocker is a service installed by an .MSI file.
To get the program to work (that is to start blocking unwanted applications) please refer to the information below.
an appropriate version of the installation package (processblocker.msi).
- Install the program by double-clicking the downloaded file and following the instructions.
- Start Process Blocker.
Click Start -> All Programs -> Process Blocker -> Configure Process Blocker.
You must have administrative permissions to do this.
Add unwanted applications to the list.
In the Process Blocker Settings window, on the Blocked Applications List tab, click the Add… button, type the name of an application
you want to block or click the Browse… button to select the file.
The check box allowing you to block the application using its CRC becomes available after Process Blocker finds and reads the file.
Enable the check box, if necessary, and then click the Add button.
Names you type are case-insensitive.
You can add an application using either its full path (for example, C:\Windows\notepad.exe) or only the name of the executable file (notepad.exe).
In addition, environment variables are applicable, so you can also add applications in this way: %windir%\notepad.exe.
User specific variables (such as %appdata%) also work here.
- Save changes.
In the Process Blocker Settings window, click the Apply button.
- Open the list of currently installed programs.
It can be accessed through Control Panel -> Programs -> Programs and Features (on Windows Vista)
or Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs (on Windows XP).
Find Process Blocker on the list.
Double-click it and follow the instructions.