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Removing Adobe LR 2.3 RC

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How would I properly remove 2.3RC? Just drag the 2.3RC program from Applications to AppZapper? It would delete 2 files. Is that it? Or should I be removing more than 2 files?

Btw...LR = Lightroom, Photoshop. "2.3 RC" is their new "release candidate" (e.g. thoroughly tested but has been released now to get user opinion before official release where LR 2.3 would be installed over 2.2...not along side as it is now...meaning you can lick on the LR 2.3 RC icon and use the RC modified version or just click on the original LR 2.2 icon and use that version).

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