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hey, this may seem like a dumb question, but i am having alot of trouble deleating this "dave" networking program off my computer...how do i go about uninstalling programs from my computer that i do not need.
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Find the file you want to delete,...then delete it.

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yea i kno, but the thing is i can find where the file exists. i tried searching for it using spotlight but it wont take me to a folder where i can have access to files/folders i can drag to the trash.
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