How to Force Quit Chrome on Mac?

Posted in  mac | 2022-03-15

How to Force an App to Quit on your Mac

Press these three keys together: Option, Command, and Esc Escape. Or choose Force Quit from the Apple menu  in the upperleft corner of your screen. This is similar to pressing ControlAltDelete on a PC. Then select the app in the Force Quit window and click Force Quit.

Why Can't I Quit Google Chrome on my Mac?

If youre unable to quit Chrome the normal way, you may need to force it to quit : Select the Apple menu, then Force Quit. Highlight Google Chrome in the list, and select Force Quit. Youll be prompted if youre sure, select Force Quit.

How do I Force Quit my Mac when it Won't Force Quit?

Simultaneously press these three keys: Option, Command, and Esc Escape.
Select the app in the Force Quit window , and then click Force Quit.

What Happens when Force Quit Doesn't Work on Mac?

Way 1: Kill Mac Process
If you cannot quit an app with force quit or CommandOptionEscape, you can turn to Activity Monitor , which allows you to force quit any frozen apps. Step 1 Open Activity Monitor in Application > Utilities. Step 2 Find the app that wont quit in the process list and select it.

What do you do when Google Chrome Won't Force Quit?

Force quit Chrome. Likely, youve already tried to Force Quit Google and found that it just sits in the list or immediately pops back up once you try to shut it down.
Kill Chrome using Terminal.
Use the chrome://restart command.
Run Maintenance Scripts.
Reset Chrome.

How to Force Quit an App on Mac — Apple Support