Mac usually effortlessly handles the work of several applications, so many people even forget about running. But sometimes you need to quickly close all active programs, and if they are open more than a dozen, even the shortcut Command + Q is not very rescues – time will have to spend considerably. In today’s tip, I’ll show you how to optimize this operation.
Start system utility Automator, which is used to create scripts. In the sidebar, select the tab Applications and then click on Automator.
After confirming your choice Use the search and select Quit All Applications, which will be drawn from the Finder icon.
Drag it to the right and specify exceptions – these applications are closed, if you use them.
Then go back to the menu bar and select the File tab – and in it Save. Or apply a shortcut Command + S.
Choose a name for the newly created prescription and ask where to save, by default it is the Applications folder.
Done. At any time, click on the icon with your creation, and all active applications (except for the elect) will be immediately closed. immunity also has an active program. For added convenience, you can even drag the application dock.