Close All Windows 1.2 - Exclusions & 64-Bit Version

If you want to prevent certain applications from being to be closed by Close All, you can add a simple exclusion list to the CloseAll.exe command line.

  1. Right-click the shortcut and choose Properties from the context menu:
  2. Close All - Shortcut Properties
  3. Go to the Shortcut tab, Target and add -x="app-to-exclude.exe":
  4. Close All Windows - Exclusion List

You can separate multiple values with “|” (pipe), example:


Remember, you'd better test it before using it!

Close All - Windows 7 Taskbar

Close All works great on Windows 7, Vista and XP.

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