Mac users using the Google Chrome browser can already get used to the useful keyboard shortcut. If you want to completely close the browser, then you need to press and hold ⌘ + Q. The application itself recommends using this combination, since this makes it possible to completely stop its operation and close it.
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But Google decided that such a combination of keys is often done by accident, so it was decided to add some kind of delay, which requires holding the keys in this position. Users can be annoyed that you just need to press a combination, but also wait for a while. Fortunately, this can be changed.
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How on macOS to close Google Chrome without holding ⌘ + Q
1. Open the Google Chrome app
2. Click Chrome on the menu bar.
3. Uncheck “Warn before exiting“.
Now, when you press комбинации + Q, the browser will close immediately, like all other macOS apps. If you like to work with a delay, you can activate the option again “Warn before exiting” through the Chrome menu.