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How to Quit an app or Kill a process in Activity Monitor on Mac

Force Quit or Kill App

The Activity Monitor on a Mac helps you to quit a process, even if it is non-responsive or stuck in a loop.

If you attempt to quit a process that was started by another user, or a system process, you may need to authenticate as an administrator.

How to quit an app

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