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- To find out whether your account has admin rights, click on the Apple menu, select System Preferences, and then choose Users & Groups. Check that your account shows in the list as "Admin."
AdOpen your Applications folder. Browse for the program that you want to uninstall. Some programs are represented by a single icon, such as Firefox, while others are a folder of multiple icons, such as Microsoft Office.
- Programs can possibly found in other locations, such as the Desktop.
- You can quickly move selected programs to the trash by pressing Cmd + Del.
- The Trash acts as a safety buffer in case you delete anything by mistake. If you open the Trash, you can view its contents and drag items back out if required.
- You can quickly empty the trash by pressing Command + Shift + Del. If you don't want to be prompted for a confirmation, press Command + Shift + Option + Delete instead.
Part 2 of 3: Deleting Support and Preference Files
- Open the Library folder. Even though the program has been deleted, there may be lingering files left on the hard drive. These preference files are usually pretty small, and can be worth keeping if you end up reinstalling the application. If you aren't planning on ever using the program again, you can remove these files permanently.
- You can open the Library folder by holding the Option key and clicking the "Go" menu. The Library option should appear in the menu.
Find the files you want to remove. Look for any files or folders with the program's name or developer's name in the ~/Library/, ~/Library/Preferences/, and ~/Library/Application Support/ folders.
Move any files or folders that you find to the Trash. Empty the Trash to delete the files. If you can’t empty the Trash, reboot the computer and try again.
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