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How to uninstall parallels?


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could anybody tell me please he best way to uninstall parallels. i`ve just notived it created two networks in the network preference pane - parallels nat and parallels host guest. so i think just dragging parallels` icon to the trash can is not enough? thanks in advance!
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http://forum.parallels.com/archive/index.php/t-105.html

I would wait to hear what others have to add before you completely uninstall Parallels 'cos I can't advise whether your concern warrants it.
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The parallels installer dmg comes with an uninstaller that gets rid of everything but a few preference files and what not.
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Just drag it to the trash. Then in finder type in "Parallels and trash everything that comes up with it. It works, i did it.

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