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NOC: Mac OS X Force Quit

Posted by Robert Hall on 03/10/2008 02:33 AM
During the recording of one of our Videos on uStream; MOSOS in the chat room asked how did I do the force quit in OS X.

You can do this with the shortcut of Apple+Option+Q+Esc

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