Uninstalling applications in Windows is not difficult. First, you have to go into Add/Remove Programs. Then, you have to check the Program Files folder to see if there were any files leftover from the program. Alternatively, you can use Revo Uninstaller to completely uninstall programs. (And may be SDelete to permanently delete stuff).
Similarly, to completely uninstall programs on Mac, you could simply go into the Applications folder and delete an application, and that would be that. Or would it?
We Mac users have all had files that left some unwanted traces behind it. How do we make sure that the entire application gets deleted, thus ensuring we’re not wasting any space or resources on something unused? Enter AppCleaner, a simple and efficient application that gets the job done.
Last updated on 02 February, 2022
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