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CTRL + ALT + DEL on the Mac?

Question by Guest | 2016-06-22 at 10:49

In Windows benutze ich oft die Tastenkombination STRG + ALT + ENTF um mir dem Taskmanager anzeigen zu lassen. Hier erhält man unter Windows eine Übersicht darüber, welche Programme und Prozesse laufen und kann diese nach Bedarf auch direkt beenden.

Unter Mac OS X habe ich solch eine Möglichkeit bisher noch nicht entdeckt. Gibt es das auf dem Mac gar nicht oder kenne ich die Funktion oder das Tastenkürzel noch nicht?

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There is also something alike the Windows Taskmanager available on the Mac.

The program is called Activity Monitor and you can find it in the Finder under "Applications / Utilities". As in Windows, there is a list of all running processes available on the tab "CPU". Additionally, you can find some more information about the storage, the energy, the hard drives and the network.

By the way, if you only want to immediately close the program, I recommend using the key combination CMD + ALT + ESC. This is showing a list of all running applications in the window "Force Quit Applications". After selecting a program from the list, you can just click the button "Force Quit" to close it.
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