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CCleaner is a free tool that helps you clean your PC easily. It also includes a "Uninstall" section where you can remove any software from your PC with just few clicks. Follow the steps below:
Every software you install gets stored somewhere on your hard drive and it often gives you an option to run its uninstaller by clicking its icon.
To locate the software's uninstaller follow the steps below:
Some programs have a built-in uninstaller which allows you to fully remove the application. To gain access to the uninstaller, you need to run the installer file you used to install the program.
If you do see an Uninstall option, click it and wait for the application to remove, but, if you don't, try another solution from the list.
Note: Check in the program's installation folder as well, because there might be an uninstall file or an uninstaller.
By default, Launchpad shows you all the apps installed on your Mac.
Note: You cannot remove programs which are part of the operating system, e.g. iTunes or Calendar.
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