How do I close Internet Explorer from the command line?

How do I close Internet Explorer from the command line?

  1. taskkill /f /t /im iexplore.exe is the one I was looking for.
  2. Great.
  3. any pop-up windows – Radek Oct 21 ’10 at 2:44.
  4. SUCCESS: The process with PID 3748 child of PID 3672 has been terminated.

How do I close all Internet Explorer?

How to close Internet Explorer and other programs running on Windows?

  1. Press CTRL+ALT+DELETE, and then click Task Manager.
  2. Press CTRL+SHIFT+ESC.
  3. Right-click an empty area of the taskbar, and then click Task Manager.

How do you close a website in CMD?

For all browsers, press Cmd+H to hide all active browser windows or press Cmd+Q to quit the application. On older Mac keyboards the Command key is the Apple key.

How do I close a program in CMD?

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Open Command Prompt.
  2. Execute the taskkill command like this: taskkill /im filename.exe /t /f.
  3. The program or app that you force-quit via taskkill should end immediately and you should see one of these responses in Command Prompt: ​

How to close all Internet Explorer instances from the command line?

you can make a bat file killie.bat with that line in it. or just run that command above. taskkill /f /t /im iexplore.exe is the one I was looking for. Thank you – Radek Oct 21 ’10 at 1:54 Great. Regarding the /t, what child processes are you finding iexplore.exe starts? – barlop Oct 21 ’10 at 2:22

How do I stop explorer.exe in command prompt?

Step 1: Open Command Prompt. Press Win + X shortcut keys, then click Command Prompt in Quick Links menu. Step 2: Type in taskkill /f /im explorer.exe command, then hit Enter to stop the explorer.exe process. Step 3: Then type in start explorer.exe command to start explorer.exe process.

How to run a command in Internet Explorer?

Internet explorer (IE) can be opened from Run command by executing iexplore. If you want to open a website or web page directly from Run window, you can just specify the URL of the site/page with the iexplore command. For example, to open ‘’, you can execute the below command…

Can you close Windows Explorer from a batch file?

Not from a batch file unless you want to write your own command line application that opens up a windows explorer window, and (this is the key part) somehow knows the window handle of that explorer window, so it can post a WM_CLOSE message to it, which basically simulates someone closing that window.