Or simply use command
taskkill /F /IM chrome.exe
Linux geeks can use this command
pkill -9 chrome
(on Linux if u have chromium installed the process name changes so command will change to pkill -9 chromium)
this command is equivalent to command
kill -9 `ps -A |grep chrome| cut -d "?" -f1`
How This works?
I am sure that, most of the Linux users can easily figure it out, but for those who want explanation here you go...
ps -A list all the processes
grep chorme will filter only those process which has name as chrome
cut -d "?" will cut the process Id potion of the out put.
so above command will kill all the process with name chrome.
Please Note that this command will work on those processes which are not command line (mostly launched from UI ) (i.e whose tty field is "?")