Quitling 2.1.1 reviewDownload
With Quitling, you can terminate any application or background process from the comfort of your menu bar, with or without its consent.
With Quitling, you can terminate any application or background process from the comfort of your menu bar, with or without its consent. Designed as a Menu Extra, Quitling sits in the right-most part of the menu bar at all times and keeps a list of open applications. Select an application from the menu and it dies a quick death, regardless of whether it's launching, running normally or frozen.
Want to keep programs from even starting? Quitling's AutoKill feature will keep Classic and those pesky alternate web browsers at bay. Running mail programs that you always want open? Server software that must be online at all times? The AutoStart function takes care of that, allowing you to restart any applications or processes when they quit or crash.
Here are some key features of "Quitling":
General actions such as Hide Others, Show All and Quit All let you quickly manipulate applications like you did back in Mac OS 9 and earlier.
The new Launching functionality lets you open commonly used applications or documents from the Quitling menu.
Quitling can be configured to do as much or as little as you like. Want a full-blown menu with every possible option at your fingertips? Or perhaps a tiny popup – available anywhere in your system – for quickly switching between applications? Quitling delivers both.
AutoKill lets you automatically quit applications you often launch by mistake, such as Classic. AutoStart makes sure your server software, mail programs and other useful applications keep running at all times.
Quitling is configured from within System Preferences - no need to keep track of a separate settings program.
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