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No, you can''t prevent an end task. Thats an OS function and unless you can con Microsoft into not including that in the next version of Windows, you won''t be able to prevent it.

Yes, you can write a process that only ends up under processes tab.

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Is there a way to make it so that my program did not apear in the taskmanager''s applications but only in the processes?
Do not create an application window, or no window at all. A single dialog without parent won''t show up in the task bar or the task manager''s application list. Your process will be listed in the process list of course. It is not possible to prevent your process from being killed. It is possible, though, to mimic that (so the "application" always exist), but as this question sounds rather suspisous, I won''t explain it further.


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Is there a way to make it so that my program did not apear in the taskmanager''s applications but only in the processes?


Yes, let it run inside another runing app, but that''s a virus.

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