Tag Archives: App Uninstaller

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    How to Uninstall Browsers on Mac

    Without any doubts future belongs to Internet technology. The WEB has become an integral part of the lives of almost every person on the planet. High speed Internet connection and the development of web technologies allowed transfer of many offline jobs to online. Not far off is the time when our computers, phones and tablets […]

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    Removing Applications on Mac

    Working with applications on Mac OS X differs from other systems. Less in terms of user experience, more from the perspective of a computer. If you have used Windows, you noticed that often any installation of an application (program) consists of such steps: Download an app Launch installation file (.exe) Specify installation location and other […]

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    Reset Applications

    How to delete applications caches, log items, temporary files, i.e. to reset application and start using it as the first time ever? If you launch App Uninstaller and select one of applications you may see the following image: The app shows specific files in sections. Executables – application’s program files. Note: Executables with the same identifier […]

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    How to Use App Uninstaller

    App Uninstaller is the latest handy utility for managing your apps. Besides complete uninstalling of various software, it also allows to reset and remove apps’ cache. This post covers general functions of App Uninstaller, you can also check these articles: Delete Messengers History How to Delete Remains Application Uninstaller scans Applications folder right after being started and finds all currently […]

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    Delete Remains

    Most applications store different service information on your hard drive. Such files are not temporary and could stay on your hard drive even though the app was deleted from Applications folder. Some applications create and write their temporary files in different folders, violating Apple requirements on the organization of temporary and service files. In this […]