Application Uninstaller is designed for a pure cleanup of applications in OS X.
Applications in OS X could be deleted by common dragging into Trash. This is a completely legal and correct way to uninstall apps.
Nevertheless, applications during operation remain some files that will be completely unnecessary. There are such files like: caches, application logs, autosave files, preferences, etc. Many other apps create even additional folders with temporary files.
It’s obvious that such files cannot be deleted while putting into Trash, these files would occupy space on a hard drive with no good, keeping the data that this app was installed on Mac.
Application Uninstaller is specially designed for pure cleanup of applications together with all the data they created during operation.
To view all applications list with all its files use Applications Tab.
Here all applications currently installed on your Mac. By choosing any application in the right part of App Uninstaller window you will see the list of its temporary files, that should be deleted while uninstalling.
By using this window it is possible to delete all applications as a whole or just some parts of its temporary files.
Furthermore, some applications could be deleted before by common procedure and some files, that are absolutely useless, could still be on a hard drive. Application Uninstaller also makes it possible to find and delete temporary files of deleted applications.
To review the list of files from the app that were deleted switch to Remains tab.
Thus Application Uninstaller gives a possibility not only to uninstall apps correctly, but as well to delete files of applications that were removed before.
To view the list of extensions for apps and the system files, switch to the Extensions tab. Here you can remove unwanted extension files or disable unused launch agents and login items.