Well, not really. Call TermninateProcess() only if you already know the HANDLE to the process, such as when you called CreateProcess() to spawn the process. If you did not call CreateProcess() then all you can do is get the HWND of the window you want to kill and then send it a WM_CLOSE event message.
First call EnumWindows(), which will give you the HWND of every top-level window on the computer.
Good grief. Only use TerminateProcess() to kill the unruly.
Otherwise, just ask it nicely: send it a WM_CLOSE message. If it doesn't respond in, say, 500 ms or so, use CreateRemoteThread() and ExitProcess(). If it still doesn't quit after another half-second or so, then swat it with TerminateProcess().
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