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Chapter 8. How to Cose, Quit, and Trash > Quit applications upon Log Out, Resta...

Quit applications upon Log Out, Restart, and Shut Down

When you choose to Log Out, Restart, or Shut Down (all from the Apple menu), the Mac will automatically quit all open applications for you.

If you have documents still open that have changes that need to be saved, you'll get a message for each one, giving you the opportunity to save it. This is a great option if you tend to leave lots of applications open—at the end of the day, instead of taking the time to quit each individual application, just Shut Down and they will all quit anyway.


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