How often we hit the red cross button for running apps on Mac, just to see them running in the background. How often we forgot to close apps, just to realise later how drastically they were hogging the memory. I have a bad habit of leaving every app I run open, obviously not intentionally. Right now my father is using his Mac, he’s running Mail app, Safari, Chrome, Photos, Skitch and some more apps, despite of inactivity by mid day, they all will be running without any reason. Later he’ll end up complaining me, why this expensive machine is so slow. To make resource utilisation even more optimised on this beautiful OS, today at GizmoStorm, we are here with How To Auto Quit Inactive Apps On Mac :
How To Auto Close Inactive Apps On Mac :
Step 1 : The very first step is, download Quitter for Mac. This is an amazing application designed keeping in mind resource utilisation for optimised performance.
Quitter is a fantastic app which hides or quits inactive application, haven’t visited by you for a long time.
Step 2 : Once installation is done, launch Quitter and tap on it’s icon in Status bar. You must check Start Quitter at Login to access uninterrupted service from it.
From Quitter menu in Status bar itself, tap on Edit Rules.
Step 3 : Hit on + icon and add apps from the application list which you want to hide or quit while they are inactive. From the dropdown, select if you want to hide or quit them and set the timer of inactivity.
High five! You are all set to Auto Close Inactive Apps On Mac. No worries, no hassles of memory hogging, Quitter will handle everything upfront.
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