How to force quit a program in Mac OS X ?

This blog post will explain in simple steps on how to quit a program forcefully in Mac OS X .

There are times when you see a program crashing and still stuck or hanged on your system . You might have to force quit the app in this case .

How to force quit a program in Mac OS X ?

1. Open the Force Quit Applications Window by pressing the “Command” + “Option” + “Escape” key .

2. This opens the Force Quit Applications window.

3. Select the application that you want to force quit and then click the “Force Quit” button.

4. This will close the application.

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