PyCharm suggests several ways to close editor tabs.
- On the main menu point to
, choose one of the
- Closes the file in the active tab.
- Close All
- Closes all editor tabs.
- Close Others
2.5+Closes all tabs except the current one. The alternative way to close all other tabs lays with clicking the button, while holding the Alt key pressed:
- Close Unmodified
- Closes all files that were not changed. This command is only available, when version control integration is enabled in project.
- Close All But Pinned
- Closes all files that were not pinned. This command appears, if there are pinned editor tabs.
- Right-click any editor tab, and choose same commands on the context menu.
- Point with your mouse cursor to a tab and click the middle mouse button.
- Point with your mouse cursor to a tab and click .
- Press Ctrl+F4Ctrl+F4Ctrl+4Ctrl+F4Ctrl+F4, Ctrl+X, K or Ctrl+X, 0Ctrl+F4Ctrl+F4 or Ctrl+WCtrl+F4Command WCommand F4Command W.
When you close modified files, PyCharm preserves all changes in the current editing session. After reopening such files, the results of editing are restored.