How To Quit Google Chrome On Mac

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Google Chrome is renowned for its quickness, versatility, and user-friendly design, making it a widely used web browser. However, as with any other program, it is crucial to know how to properly exit Google Chrome when you are finished using it. This brief article will guide you through the different methods for quitting Google Chrome on a Mac.

Method 1: Using the Menu Bar

The first method to quit Google Chrome is by using the menu bar at the top of your screen. Here are the steps:

  1. Click on Chrome at the top left corner of your screen in the menu bar.
  2. A dropdown menu will appear. Select Quit Google Chrome.

This will close all open windows and quit Google Chrome immediately.

Method 2: Using Keyboard Shortcuts

If you prefer keyboard shortcuts, you can quit Google Chrome using the Command + Q keyboard shortcut. Here’s how:

  1. Make sure Google Chrome is the active application. You can do this by clicking anywhere within the Google Chrome window.
  2. Press and hold the Command key on your keyboard, then press the Q key.

This keyboard shortcut is universal across most applications on a Mac, so you can use it to quit other applications as well.

Method 3: Using the Dock

You can also quit Google Chrome by using the Dock at the bottom of your screen. Here’s how:

  1. Find the Google Chrome icon on your Dock.
  2. Right-click on the icon (or Control-click if you don’t have a right mouse button).
  3. Select Quit from the menu that appears.

This will immediately close all Google Chrome windows and quit the application.


There you have it; three simple methods to quit Google Chrome on your Mac. It’s important to regularly quit and restart your applications to free up system resources and ensure your Mac runs smoothly. So, now you have all the methods you need to quit Google Chrome whenever you want.