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Quitting an Application

When you’ve finished working with an application or utility, it’s a good practice to quit the application or utility. This frees up the system memory and other system resources that the application or utility was using, enabling the system to apply those resources to another function. For example, playing video in the QuickTime Player requires a lot of memory, so you’ll want to close any other open programs or utilities to ensure the best video playback, especially if your Mac system is a bit low on memory. Fortunately, quitting an application is a quick process, as shown in the following steps:




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