Yes, applications on OSX 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.
Service files are created during an app’s operating process, they save information about app preferences, logs, error reports and supporting data.
Usually, there is no need in them after the app was deleted.
App Uninstaller scans service files related to a specific application by its Bundle ID, that’s why app removal does not influence on system operating. Nevertheless, please be sure that you don’t need this app.
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.
Remains are the 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).
App Uninstaller could watch for app’s removing into Trash. In case the app is removed in common way, App Uninstaller proposes to delete its service files right away.
App Uninstaller following the results of scanning could propose you to delete unnecessary files – Remains, otherwise switch on tracking of manual apps’ removal, etc..
While uninstallation all applications and its service files are deleted permanently. They cannot be recovered. Thus, be accurate removing applications.
For a quick disk cleanup (by deleting of unnecessary applications) it is reasonable to delete largest applications that are not needed anymore or just rarely used. Large & Old is a smart algorithm realized especially for such cases.
Yes, there is such a possibility. Enter application Preferences go to Skip List tab and add all exclusions into the list, i.e. applications that shouldn’t be scanned and proposed for a removal.