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In this article, we help you to learn 3 Ways To Delete Unwanted Apps on MacBook Air/MacBook Pro by using our dedicated Mac App Uninstaller software - Omni Remover 2. Make sure you have downloaded the latest version here before continuing.
Apple last week introduced an all-new MacBook Air, bringing a stunning 13-inch Retina display, Touch ID, the latest processors and an even more portable designs. The new MacBook Air is available in three colors - gold, space gray and silver. Beyond that, the all new MacBook Air also includes an Apple-designed keyboard, a spacious Force Touch trackpad, faster SSDs, wide stereo sound, making the new MacBook Air the perfect notebook to take with you everywhere you go.
In this quick guide, we'll show you how to delete your unwanted applications from your MacBook Air, so that you can keep your Mac fit and away from bloated hard drive (Learn How To Uninstall MacKeeper Mac).
Method 1: How To Delete Unwanted Apps on MacBook Air - from LaunchPad
You have three ways to download/install apps on your MacBook Air, from the App Store, from other websites, or from CD discs. To delete apps downloaded from the App Store: Click Launchpad on the Dock of your MacBook Air > find the app you want to delete > press and hold until all the app icons begin to jiggle > then click the Delete button to remove it from your MacBook Air (Learn How To Uninstall Spotify Mac).
Method 2: How To Delete Unwanted Apps on MacBook Air - from Applications Folder
macOS organizes files on your MacBook Air/MacBook Pro in folders. You can see all of the folders in the Finder. Applications is one of these folders that contains apps, including Mail, Calendar, Safari, and many others. You can delete your downloaded apps by dragging it from the Applications folder to Trash folder. Here are the detailed steps (Learn How To Uninstall Office 2011 Mac).
- Step 1: To properly delete apps from MacBook Air, open Finder > Applications > Choose the apps that you want to delete from your MacBook Air:
- Step 2: After deleting the app, there are still app related preference settings, app running/crashing logs, and other 'Hidden' application components. To completely remove all these application leftovers, you need to move further: Open Finder > in Menu, click Go > enter ~/Library/.
- Step 3: You may see a large amount of system file folders here. Now locate the application leftover files by digging into each folder. They are possibly stored in the following folders: Application Support | Caches | Containers | Frameworks | Logs | Preferences | Saved | Application State | WebKit
- Step 4: Drag the files associated with your deleted app to Trash > Empty Trash and restart your MacBook Air to finish the removal of your application.
Method 3: How To Delete Unwanted Apps on MacBook Air - Omni Remover
This manual way to delete applications from MacBook Air is a nightmare because the amount of the steps and numerous folders/files are involved. Omni Remover 2 is one of the most advanced Mac App Uninstaller program, which makes the application removal procedure extremely easy. Here are the detailed steps on how to completely delete applications on MacBook Air with Omni Remover 2.
Click here to download Omni Remover 2 (Ready for the latest MacBook Air and macOS Mojave) > Install and Open Omni Remover 2 on your Mac.
In Omni Remover 2 > App Uninstall > Choose the application name that you want to delete > Clean Uninstall.
Then Omni Remover 2 will start scanning all app data/files > After it finished scanning, click Clean Uninstall to start deleting this application from your MacBook Air.
The Bottom Line
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