Force Quit a few ways:
- Choose Force Quit from the Apple Menu.
- Press Command-Option-Esc. Select Photos from the Force Quit list, then click Force Quit.
- Relaunch the Finder. Press the Option key and then click and hold Finder in your Dock. Select Relaunch from menu options.
In this way, why does my Mac say closing library?
library closing. Try Force Quitting the app.then turning off and restarting the mac. To force Quit : go to the apple logo top left of screen, select force quit, then select the photos app! Hope this works any more problems ask away!
Subsequently, question is, why can’t I close photos on my Mac? There are two ways to exit an application that is stuck: Hold alt + cmd + esc and then Force quit the application that is not responding. If that did not work force shutdown the computer by holding the power button for 5 seconds or longer. In both case you will lose all unsaved information.
Then, why does my Mac say closing the library when I try to open photos?
Thank for your help . Try “Force Quitting” the Photos app by clicking “Force Quit,” which is under the Apple Icon in the menu bar (Apple Menu > Force Quit ), highlighting the Photos app icon in the pop-up window and clicking the “Force Quit” button. Then shut down the computer and wait for a few minutes.
How long does it take to repair iPhoto library?
Depending on the number of pictures in your iPhoto library, this can be a long process. On mine, it took about five minutes. Upon relaunching iPhoto after the rebuild, it took four seconds to launch.