Why does LibreOffice have me terminate the process through the Task Manager?

I am using Windows Server 2007, and, I use LibreOffice regularly amidst some technical issues. It’s not the first time that I cannot open a document and I have to terminate the process through the Task manager (Ctrl + Alt + Del is a cool keyboard shortcut if have a keyboard attached)

Is this a problem that can be solved through system programming?

Tips and tricks

  1. Keyboard shortcuts - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/126449.

Technical articles

  1. http://www.unix.com/sco/53261-ghost-process-cpu-consumption.html

See also thread at http://h30499.www3.hp.com/t5/System-Administration/kill-ghost-processes/td-p/3481534, about killing processes on unix-based operating systems.

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Find out the name of the LO process and create a shortcut on desktop with the required command line.

For example, if LO runs as lo.exe (which I doubt it does), try this:

Taskkill /im lo.exe

search and cure the initial reasons, instead of “taskkilling LO” …

You may want to take a look at this similar question and answers I asked sometime ago.