Many times we work on lots of apps or program which open lots of windows for us, like if I am working then there are at least 6-7 windows open like Outlook, Live Writer, Chrome, Music Play and so on, and once work is done I have to click on every app to close all.

How about if you can close all these windows at once, just by one click. CloseAll is a freeware program which lets you close all opened windows just with a single click.


It does not uses any system resource because it just flash close command for all apps. You can create a shortcut for this app and place it on your Desktop, Start Menu, Start Screen or pin at taskbar.

You can always add a hotkey to this shortcut. It is really very handy if you are running ~20 applications and want them all to quit instantly. It works just as if you were pressing the close button for each application.


You can also add any app to its excluding list so that when you close all apps your favorite app will not be closed, for this all you need to do is, right click on CloseAll shortcut and go to the Shortcut tab, Target and add -x=”app-to-exclude.exe” like :-

C:UsersRahulDesktoppCloseAll.exe -x="chrome.exe"