It is a task manager. A task manager without the possibility to kill a task does not make sense.
You can't kill a task completely on an OS without resource-tracking. You can suspend a task and even remove it, but there will be always rests. Memory, ports, interrupts, io-handles, screens and many more will stay in the memory. You could do it by hand but that's like finding a needle in a haystack, for a complete remove. Quote:
I expect all the functionality from Scout to be in ScoutNG because they are very helpful.
The old Scout also does not completely remove a task. You need to salute with three fingers for a task to be killed :)jacadcaps