Todos estaremos de acuerdo en que los equipos, tanto portátiles como sobremesa, from Apple son los mejores en cuanto to cualquier cosa del entorno y ámbito laboral se refiere, ya sea por fluidz, efectividad y menor cantidad de problemas que la competencia a la hora de to work. As many of us use macOS throughout the day for the above, we leave a lot of windows and background apps open that consume resources, but today we’re going to teach you a trick to close all your applications in one click in addition to those we gave you on another occasion.
It’s over going one by one
As the title suggests, today we are going to “make” a program, so to speak, native, since There is nothing to install
To begin with, we will have to find and open the program “Automator”, we can do it in a conventional way or we can also press: Command + space bar to open the menu in which it will appear.
Once inside we click on the top bar where it says “File”, then and in the same box that appears we will continue with “New”, we can also activate it by pressing Command + NOT.
Again we will see a window that will say “choose a type for your document”, we click on “Application” then click on the bottom right. When we have done that, the main Automator application will open and in the upper left corner we will select “Actions”, then we will click again where it says “Actions” and we will click on “Remove all applications “
We can now configure this new extension that we created in a semi-native way, somehow calling it. Give it once more in “Delete all apps
We can also add in another section called “Do not close” the programs that we want to add to the filter so that, even if we give the magic click later, do not go with others and stay open, we will do so by clicking on the “add” button.
When we have finished choosing all the applications and we are done, we return to the top bar where it says “File” and we click on “Save …”, in the pop-up window that appears we click on “Save as” and we will put the name we want to the tool in question. Then we click on “save” again and we will have our new application on the desktop to use it when you want. This is just another “hidden” feature of macOS, here are more.