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Chapter 5. Using Mac OS X Applications > Quitting Applications

Quitting Applications

When you're done working with an application, you should exit, or close it, to conserve your computer's resources. If an application stops responding while you work, Mac OS X provides you with the option to end the task. When you end a task, you'll probably lose any unsaved work in the problem application. If the problem persists, you might need to reinstall the application or contact product support to fix the problem.

Quit an Application

Click the application menu.

In this case, the Chess menu.

Click Quit application name.

TIMESAVER Press +Q to quit an application.

If necessary, click Save to save your changes.


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