Safari: How to Close All Windows

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Closing all windows in Safari is a great way to clean up your desktop in one fell swoop. Learn how to close all windows in Safari with help from a technology professional in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi. My name is Cathleen Tseng. I'm the owner and creative director of Sunny Kilogram. There are times when you have multiple Safari windows open and things get a little bit crazy. So today, I'm going to show you how to close all the windows at once. It's really, really simple, so lets get to it. Okay, what I have on screen are four windows that are open. 1, 2, 3, and 4. Okay? Now, I have arranged them on screen this way so you can see all four of them. Normally you would just have one on top of the other, okay? Now, when you want to close all the windows, simply hit Option, Command, W, and boom, all the windows are now closed. But notice that the application Safari remains open, okay? And alternatively you can also just Quit Safari by hitting Command Q or going to Safari here and scroll down to Quit. That's also another way to close all the windows quickly. Now you don't need to click on the X button one by one next time you find yourself juggling four or five Safari windows and want to close them all. My name is Cathleen Tseng. Thanks for watching. Until next time, take care.


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