To have done with; to cease from; to stop; hence, to depart from; to leave; to forsake; as, to quit work; to quit the place; to quit jesting.
To go away; to depart; to stop doing a thing; to cease.
To cease execution of the PTWin32 program. Synonymous with Exit.
To stop in an orderly manner; to execute the normal shutdown of a program and return control to the operating system.
to exit or leave a program.
An option that terminates the current session and returns the user to the operating system. On some systems, Quit is Exit. radio button A control (similar to a check box), appearing in sets of two or more, only one of which may be either "on" or "off" at any given time.
A key, command, or action that tells the system to return to a previous state or stop a process.
Definition: To abruptly stop an application, without necessarily completing current tasks. Quit implies a sudden or unexpected cessation of activity. Usage: Normal text rules. Tags: Prose tag rules. Example: To quit the application without saving your current project, select Ctrl-. Note: See also exit.
to exit or close your program.
To stop running an application.
(File menu) Option that terminates a session and returns the user to the operating system. On some systems, Quit is Exit.
To exit a program and close all its windows; the opposite of "launch."
A way to exit an application.
OR close OR exit-- "close" for windows and boxes -- "quit" for Macintosh applications and as a general term -- "exit" for Windows applications