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I have been unable to install Parallels from my computer. I do not have an uninstall icon any where. Te website gives a list of commands that can be entered into the mac terminal to uninstall, but I do not want to inadvertently corrupt my Mac OS or cause any more problems.

Does anyone have a simple explanation on how to uninstall this software completely?

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You can try AppZapper to remove it.
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Yes it is.

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is it easy to use?
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Yes it is, try it out.

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wow. that is awesome. thank you very much! where can I check to ensure all the parallels software is gone?
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do a search for parallels
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sweet. looks like it is gone. thank you, I appreciate the help
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