The best way to uninstall application from Mac OS X
App Uninstaller is an utility used to uninstall applications on a Mac completely.
This app allows you to remove all the system files that are left after simply dragging apps to the Trash.
3 Main Benefits of Using App Uninstaller
…Or why our solution is what you really need
Correctly and safely uninstall applications with all service content
Remove all remains of previously uninstalled apps wasting HD space
Delete service files only and launch any application as the first time
Use App Uninstaller to clean up your Mac
Remove unnecessary files on your Mac, which can take up a huge amount of your hard drive space:
- Application logs
- Autosave files
- Remains, etc.
Uninstall an app in 3 steps with App Uninstaller
- Launch App Uninstaller to start scanning apps.
- Select unneeded application on the left side.
- Click Remove.
Note: if some apps were not removed, due to access rights, switch to Finder and move them manually to Trash.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Remains?
Remains are the files that are left on the hard drive even though applications that used them are no longer in the system (this occurs when apps are removed into Trash by dragging).
Why do I need a separate app for uninstallation?
Yes, applications on OS X can be deleted simply by putting them into the Trash. Nevertheless, some service and temporary files from the deleted app still remain. Little by little these files can take up a huge amount of hard drive space.
What are service files and why are they needed?
Service files are created during an app’s operating process, they save information about app preferences, logs, error reports and supporting data.
Are there any usage restrictions on applications?
App Uninstaller does not allow you to delete apps from Apple. This is done to prevent any violations of system integrity or performance, as many apps are required by the system and their removal is not desirable, e.g. Terminal app.