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Uninstalling Mac OS applications may not be as easy as it seems at first glance. Many Mac users locate applications they wish to uninstall in the Finder application and drag and drop them in the Trash. Later, they discover that bits and pieces of the application are still located on their hard drive, taking up space. Though often, the bulk of the application is removed by dragging and dropping the application icon to the Trash, as much as 30% of the application can remain on a Mac computer after uninstalling it in this
Mac users need more information about how to remove applications successfully and completely from their hard drive to free up space. We offer comprehensive information to help Mac users better understand how applications are stored on their computer as well as a comparison between removal of applications on Mac OS and removal of applications in Microsoft Windows. Armed with a greater understanding of how applications are stored on a Mac, we provide detailed instructions on how to successfully find these applications stored in files in various locations on your Mac. Once you've found the files, removing them manually from your computer is easy.