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alrigt. im about to ask a really stupid question, but its importent.

how do you uninstall programs, in windows you go to start, find the prgram and go uninstall. theres also the add/remove progrmas thing.

but on a mac, how do you do this?
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Its really (well most of the time) as simple as finding the program in finder (funny that? ) and dragging it to the trash...

Yup you just drag the program into the trash, unlike windows, OsX programs tend to keep the files in one directory under one icon, so you dont need to worry about hidden registry keys etc

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Also a search would of have got you the same answer just as quickly

http://mac-forums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24401

That thread is titled perfectly for what you are looking for, and is on the same page

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Sure was an "importent" question.

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