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Add/Remove Programs?


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Being the Windows junkie that I am and recently switching I have no idea of how to remove software from my PowerBook. If there is such a thing as Add/Remove Programs I would be grateful for directions to it, or instructions on how you go about the Mac way of uninstalling programs.
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No add/remove

To uninstall just drag the folder of the program to the trash

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No add/remove

To uninstall just drag the folder of the program to the trash
:eek: I suddenly feel very, very foolish...

So anything I want to remove from my systerm I simply dag to the trash?
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thats pretty much it.

some programs will have there own uninstallers inside the program but for most its just drag and drop

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