QaLL 2.1

QaLL is a Mac program that shuts down running apps.
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QaLL is a program that helps you immediately shut down unnecessary apps within your Mac and clean up needless processes. This application proves to be of great use to devoted gamers and users who work with big apps as it provides a simple yet effective way to reclaim CPU resources and make their programs run properly.

A great thing about working with QaLL is that you can close all running programs with just one click. You don't have to go to Apple's menu and opt for the Force quit option for each app; you launch QaLL and all launched applications shut down, except the ones you select on the program's list.

After you finish your work, you can click the Launch button and the QaLL runs the programs you closed previously. It's an easier method to shut down and relaunch apps with this program than do it manually each time is necessary.

To sum things up, QaLL might prove to be a great addition to any user's collection of Mac applications. This program is very simple to configure, with only a few clicks you can close all running applications, and you don't have to pay a buck for it.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • Easy to use
  • You can select which apps shouldn't quit when you launch QaLL
  • Supports drag-and-drop action


  • Couldn't find any disadvantages
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