To quit (close) a Mac app normally, choose Quit from the app's menu in the menu bar, or press Command (⌘)-Q. If the app doesn't quit, follow these steps to force the app to quit.

How To Force Eject An App On A Mac Os

Locate the app called “Forceject Tool”, hold the CTRL/CONTROL key and click on it, then choose Open. Click Open again, if prompted by the security warning. You will then see the EJECT icon in the top bar. Click on it, and choose to Eject the disc. Mac users interested in Disk force eject tool generally download: DiscEject 2.0 Free DiscEject is a handy utility for OS X that ejects CDs and DVDs stuck in your Mac.

How to force an app to quit

How to force eject an app on a mac os

Press these three keys together: Option, Command, and Esc (Escape). Or choose Force Quit from the Apple menu  in the upper-left corner of your screen. (This is similar to pressing Control-Alt-Delete on a PC.)

Then select the app in the Force Quit window and click Force Quit.

You can even force the Finder to quit, if it stops responding: Select Finder in the Force Quit window, then click Relaunch.

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