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My limewire is kind of frozen... how do i end task to that program... in windows i could ctrl + alt + del it and it would show me my task manager. Is there a Mac equivalent to ctrl+alt+del ?

Thanks for the help guys
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cmd-option-esc brings up the force quit window.

hope that helps.
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Also right-click (or control-click) it's icon in the Dock.

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you can also use activity monitor in the utilities folder inside applications folder, it shows all activity on your mac, select limewire>click end process>then click quit or force quit.
this is usually for more stubborn applications that just won't quit.
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thanks alot for the help guys it worked and limewire wasnt frozen after all
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