Re: Web sites issue
Thank you .. I forgot I could close a program through task manager .. Thistoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
information is very helpful to me if I come across the issue again of not
being able to close a program.
About a month or so ago I wasn't able to close Word or Outlook (don't
remember for sure which one) .. I asked for help on this list and was given
very easy to understand instructions on how to close a program through task
manager in Windows 10. Here are the instructions for this if you ever go to
Windows 10; go to task manager (control + shift + escape), arrow down to the
program you want to select and press tab to go through your choices.
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Sent: Thursday, July 27, 2017 1:17 PM
Subject: Re: Web sites issue
This may sound over-simplified, but if you can not close IE11 with alt-f4,
the simplest way to do it is to close it from within the task manager. I am
running windows 7 so can not tell you how to do it if you are running
windows 10, but here is what I do.
Press shift-tab once and left or right arrow until it says processes tab tab
once and you are in the running files tasks list once you do this step once,
task manager will stay in this setting until you change it
type the letter i and if it does not land on iexplorer, arrow down until it
does press alt-e to end the program and answer yes or OK
This will close out the program. Press the escape and the task manager will
This may seem like a lot of steps if you haven't done anything like this
before, but it is easy and a small task worth remembering as it can come in
handy quite often.
On 7/27/2017 1:54 PM, Laura Richardson wrote:
I'm not glad you're having the same problem but I'm glad it's not just me.sites.