Today’s OS X Quick Tip is from Filip Lam. Click Here to check out his blog. Thanks Filip!
The quickest way to quit one application is to hit command+q. But what if you want to quit several?
Instead of highlighting every application you want to quit and then press a keyboard command, you can do it in this way. Hit command+tab to bring up a semi-transparent window (see picture) that let you see all open applications. Normally people use command+tab to switch application. But if you hit Q you will quit the highlighted app. You can move around by pressing the arrow keys or hit tab several times.
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