When browsing the internet through Google Chrome, one can easily get distracted and open multiple windows with numerous tabs. If you don’t want to get jumbled in between those windows, we suggest you close all the windows at once.
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In Google Chrome, it is very easy to close multiple opened windows at once. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can do It in Windows, Linux, and Mac.
How to Close All Google Chrome Windows on Windows 10 or Linux
Here’s how you can close all Google Chrome windows on Windows 10 or Linux:
First, open Google Chrome on your PC and click on the menu button (three vertical dots)
From the drop-down menu, select “Exit”.
You can also use a keyboard shortcut. Press Alt-F and then X.
How to Close All Google Chrome Windows on Mac
To close all Google Chrome windows on Mac, click “Chrome” on the menu bar at the top of the screen and select the “Quit Google Chrome” option from the drop-down menu.
You can also use a keyboard shortcut. Press Command + Q keys on the keyboard.
If you have “Warn Before Quitting” turned on, a message will be shown on the screen that says “Hold Command + Q to Quit” when you will press Command + Q. Make sure you hold down the keys for a moment so that the quitting process takes place.
All your Chrome browser windows will be closed instantly.
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