How to Fix Force Quit Not Working on Mac

How to Fix Force Quit Not Working on Mac, If you cannot force quit the application on your Mac, you can find the following different methods to solve the problem of force quit not working on the Mac.

Fix Force Quit Not Working on Mac

Nói chung, bạn có thể thoát ứng dụng trên máy Mac của mình bằng cách nhấp chuột phải vào ứng dụng và chọn tùy chọn thoát trong menu ngữ cảnh. Nếu ứng dụng không tồn tại, bạn có thể sử dụng phím tắt Command-Option-Escape để buộc thoát ứng dụng.

However, many users have reported that they cannot exit the application by right-clicking on the Mac, and cannot force the application to exit using Command-Option-Escape Shortcut.

Although this problem can actually occur with any application on the Mac, it is more common that users cannot force quit Safari, Word, Excel, and Mail applications.

Use the Apple menu bar to force quit the application

If you cannot force quit any application from the taskbar, click the Apple logo in the top menu bar and select the Force Quit… option in the drop-down menu. On the Force Quit Application window, select the App that you want to close and click on the Force Quit button.

How to Fix Force Quit Not Working on Mac

If you see a confirmation pop-up, click on the Force Quit option to confirm.

Use Activity Monitor to force quit the application

If you cannot use Force Quit or the Command-Option-Escape shortcut to quit Safari or any other application, you can try using Activity Monitor, it should allow you to force quit Safari.

Click on the Finder in Taskbar > go to Applications > Utilities and click on Activity Monitor.app.

On the Activity Monitor screen, select the App that you want to close and click on the X button.

On the confirmation pop-up, select the Force Quit option to confirm.

Use the terminal to force quit applications that will not quit

If the force quit option in Activity Monitor does not work, you can use the terminal to force quit the frozen application.

Open Finder > go to Applications > Utilities and click on Terminal.app.

Note: You can press Command + Spacebar to open Spotlight Search > type “Terminal” in Spotlight Search and click on the Top Hit suggestion Terminal to open the Terminal Window.

In the Terminal window, type: killall “App Name” and hit the Enter key.

As soon as you press the enter key, the stuck application will be shut down.

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