Close All open Programs in one click

by Mayur on February 23, 2010

in Software

It is always tiresome to close a lot of opened programs window one by one, when we are in a hurry to switch off the PC. Here is an easy tool which overcomes this task.

Close AllClose All is a small and portable tool which lets you to close all running applications with just one click. It doesn’t use system resources because it only flashes a ‘close’ signal to all open windows on the desktop and then ceases.

Close All Running Windows in a click

If there are any unsaved documents opened, then it asks to save them before closing.

How to use – Just extract and Run. You can always add a hotkey or create a shortcut to the tool in the Start Menu, Quick Launch or Windows 7 Taskbar. It comes handy if you are running ~20 applications and want to quit them all instantly.

Users can also prevent certain applications from being closed by Close All, by adding a simple exclusion list to the CloseAll.exe command line.

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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

sudharsan @ technoskillonline February 24, 2010 at 3:44 pm

I used similar program like this before..
when i used this program my computer got hanged ????
I forced to switch off the computer to rectify the problem..

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Mayur February 24, 2010 at 4:32 pm

That’s strange! I tried it 3-4 times on Windows 7 and it worked absolutely fine without any issues.

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peddu April 20, 2010 at 4:30 pm

Most are aware that you can minimize all open Windows quickly by pressing Windows key+M. To restore the windows back, one has to press Windows key+Shift+M. But if you wanted to instalntly close all open windows ?

CloseAll is a nifty freeware tool which helps you to close all running applications & windows instantly with one click.

It does not use system resources because it only flashes a ‘close’ signal to all open windows on the desktop and then ceases.

Just place a shortcut to the tool in the Start Menu, Quick Launch or elsewhere.

You can always add a hotkey to this shortcut. It is really very handy if you are running 10-20 applications and want them all to quit instantly.

It works just as if you were pressing the close button for each application. Very simple to use !

Rather useful, if you find that you want to suddenly exit all the open windows and applications.

Peddu
hostcat.com

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