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Sometimes, simply closing the application window will not terminate or quit the application. If you still have too many browsers running, it may affect your Mac computer performance and slow it down.

We suggest to properly close these browsers when you are not using them anymore.

Quit web browsers on Mac

  1. Hover your mouse to the Safari icon in the Dock. It also works on other web browsers you use, like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, etc.

    Hover your mouse to quit Safari

  2. Press the COMMAND key on your keyboard and the left-click key on your mouse at the same time. A menu will display.

    COMMAND + Left Mouse Key to Quit Safari

  3. Click Quit to terminate the web browser.

Terminate web browsers with Force Quit Finder

  1. In the upper-left corner of your screen, click the Apple icon.

    Click the apple icon to force quit browsers

  2. Select Force Quit Finder.

    Select Force Quit Finder to close browsers

  3. Choose Safari. You can also pick other web browsers that are still open.

    Force Quit Application to close Safari

  4. Click the Force Quit button.

    Click Force Quit button to close Safari

Remove annoying ads on web browsers

Download Antivirus One to get rid of adware from your Safari browser.

The Adware Cleaner feature of Antivirus One needs all web browsers to be closed or terminated in order to scan and delete all potential adware or Ads.

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