Sometimes our system become so slow that we feel annoying to work on it. This usually happens when several apps are running in background unnecessarily and the worst part is we don’t even know how to clear them without shutting down the system or closing each app one by one. In windows it is quit easy to clear all the apps running in background by just going to task manager and clear all the apps which we don’t want, but in Mac this method doesn’t works.
Inspite of these complications, Apple has something under it’s hood which let users to close all apps at once on Mac. Basically this method will help you to create your own application on which a single click will clear all the apps running in background unnecessarily. Without wasting any time, let’s head over to the main content of the article.
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How To Close All Apps At Once On Mac:
Step 1 : Open Automator from application folder or through Spotlight . Once you open automator select on Application and then select Choose .
Step 2 : Now search for Quit All Applications in search box.
Step 3 : Double click on Quit all application, a pop will appear on the right hand side. Put a check next to Ask to save changes if you want certain apps with unsaved data to prompt you to save changes before they close. If not, keep that unchecked.
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If you want certain apps to run in background, then put them in Do not quit list.
Step 4 : Now click on File -> Save and then name the application according to your wish. At last click on save.
Step 5 : Search for Application in spotlight, you will find the application which you have just created. Please drag it to the Dock for easy accessibility.
With just one click you are all set to clear all the apps running in background unnecessarily. In case of any queries or issues, follow our comment section provided below. We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
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