How to avoid accidentally quitting Mac apps

Ah yes, the infamous force quit Mac shortcut. If you’re a Mac user with a habit of using Mac shortcuts, especially the CMD+Q command to quit apps,¬†then this post is dedicated to you. Mac offers various handy shortcuts, one of which is CMD+Q. With the help of this shortcut, users can easily quit apps that are running. We are humans, and we make mistakes, right? While working on a Mac, if you have ever accidentally quit an app, then you are not alone. It happens with most Mac users at least once a day. One frequently used keyboard shortcut is CMD+W, which closes the active tab within an application. For instance, executing this command will close the current tab if you use the Google Chrome browser. .stk-84b0a7d{background-color:#ebebeb !important;background-position:bottom right !important;background-repeat:no-repeat !important;background-size:10% !important;box-shadow:0px 5px 5px 0px rgba(76,31,83,0.3) !important;padding-top:5px !important;padding-bottom:5px !important;margin-top:32px !important;margin-bottom:32px !important}.stk-84b0a7d:before{background-color:#ebebeb !important}.stk-84b0a7d .stk-block-icon{flex-basis:57px !important} .stk-2d6548b .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child{opacity:0.7 !important}.stk-2d6548b .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child,.stk-2d6548b .stk–svg-wrapper .stk–inner-svg svg:last-child :is(g,path,rect,polygon,ellipse){fill:var(–stk-global-color-56583,#911d9c) !important} .stk-181ab1b{box-shadow:none !important;margin-top:16px !important;margin-bottom:6px !important}.stk-181ab1b .stk-block-heading__text{text-shadow:none !important;font-size:17px !important;font-weight:500 !important;font-style:normal !important;font-family:-apple-system,BlinkMacSystemFont,”Segoe UI”,Roboto,Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif,”Apple Color Emoji”,”Segoe UI Emoji”,”Segoe UI Symbol” !important}@media screen and (max-width:1023px){.stk-181ab1b .stk-block-heading__text{font-size:17px !important}}Please be aware that in word processors, CMD+W closes the open document. This versatile command is also used in various other applications. Now, have a look at the keyboard on your Mac; you will notice that the Q and W are set next to each other. Due to this reason, lots of people accidentally press Q instead of W and lose valuable¬†work. Image: KnowTechie How to never accidentally quit apps on Mac…How to avoid accidentally quitting Mac apps

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