If you want to close an application that is stuck in Windows 10, you can easily quit a task using the built-in Windows Task Manager utility. See below how you can do it.
First, open the Task Manager. To do this, right-click on the taskbar and select "Task Manager" from the pop-up menu. Alternatively, you can press Ctrl + Shift + Escape to open it or press Ctrl + Alt + Delete and select "Task Manager" from the screen that appears.
Warning: If you quit a task without first saving your job, you may lose data. It is best to close the application normally, if possible.
The task will be closed. If the task does not refer to a simple operation or if you want to take a closer look at what it happens first, click the "More details" button.
After expanding the Task Manager to display more details, you will see a list of procedures (programs running on your computer) with information about how much CPU, memory, disk activity and network bandwidth they use.
In the list of procedures, select the task you want to complete, and then click the "End Task" button in the lower-right corner. window.
After that, the program will close. If you often find yourself terminating a task in a particularly annoying application, consider updating it. application or Windows itself - both can solve a subject error causing the problem.