OS X Daily has recently unearthed a neat trick in OS X, that enables you to easily pause and resume running processes. This can be beneficial, especially when troubleshooting a program you are running that's taking quite a bit of CPU power and bogging down the rest of the system. Instead of quitting the program, you might simply like to pause it for a short while.
One of the commands in the Terminal is the "kill" command, which is commonly used to force-quit a running process by its process ID (PID).
In addition to "kill," … Read more