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I have a logitech mouse driver installed and in system preferences, it is under the "others" tab.

I was wondering how do I fully delete it. I know I can just drag it to the trash bin but does that remove all the files associated with it?

I am running snow leopard 10.6.1
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Download AppTrap from HERE. It works in the way once you drag anything to the trash, it removes any file or folder associated with it.

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Download AppTrap from HERE. It works in the way once you drag anything to the trash, it removes any file or folder associated with it.

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Besides the above:

Most apps that install a preference pane have their own uninstaller. I'd use that.

Many of them, the uninstall option is right inside it's own pref pane.

If you've already deleted the app, you can go to MacHD/Library/Preference Panes and delete it from there.

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I have appcleaner already. is that as good as apptrap?
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