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Hi guys. I'm a brand new Mac user. I picked up the 15.4 MBP and I'm using the default OS it came with OS X 10.6.4.

My question is how do I uninstall programs?

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Just drag and drop the item on the trash can icon. Then empty the trash.

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For a true uninstall, check out an app called "AppZapper". It gets rid of all the files associated with an application as well.
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Check this out.
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thanks alot guys
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way simpler than pc's, eh?

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