If your Task Manager gets stuck or unresponsive due to intensive apps you can kill them using the command prompt in Windows.
FIX: Not enough storage is available to process this command
This is a very uncommon error within Windows and should normally never occur, however there are some cases where this error seems to popup. The main reason is that the IRPStackSize is set to a low value, changing this should solve the error in most cases.
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