Question by  test19 (36)

How do you close all open windows by one browser?

I would like to close all my open windows.


Answer by  brad69 (59)

If you've opened enough for them to compress into one section on the Windows taskbar, you can simply right click that and select close group. I don't know how many windows need to be opened for that to happen though. Other than that, you can always open up the task manager and close them by selecting close program tree.


Answer by  gigo (1706)

With Opera you you can go with a right mouse click on any tab and you will have in the context menu the entry "close all". With Firefox you have in the right click context menu of any tab the entry "close other tabs" With the Internet Explorer you have the same behaviour like Firefox


Answer by  Sabharish (1610)

Its possible to close all windows only when many windows are opened and it forms a group in the taskbar. Then right click the group and select close group option.


Answer by  Naimad (98)

well there is a very functional option that is ALT+F4 that one will close the main window that you have active at that moment and if you have tabs on your browser it will close all of them.


Answer by  a28 (212)

by right clicking on the task bar and hitting the task manager menu, referring to the application tab you can click on the browser window and then click on end task

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