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How exactly does one un-install software from Tiger?

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How exactly does one un-install software from Tiger?

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In most cases, drag it to the trash.

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Why on earth did you make two of the same thread? The only difference in the other one is that you misspelled the word "noob".
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In most... just a minute...

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Why on earth did you make two of the same thread? The only difference in the other one is that you misspelled the word "noob".
Which isn't even a real word?

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Which isn't even a real word?
Well apparently it is to him because he created an entirely different thread in honor of its misspelling.
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I'd also strongly suggest using the search function of the forum. This question has been answered many times.

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He's new... don't be so hard on him.
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He's new... don't be so hard on him.
So is that noob or nobb, or maybe newb?

AAAAnyway... the answer to the original question is simply to drag the app to the trash from the app folder and then delete any reference to the app in Library under Application support.

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i woke up 2 hrs ago
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I like nobb better. Isn't that a work from the Disc World books?

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i woke up 2 hrs ago
Good to know. I'll keep that in mind when the "Random Post of the Year" awards come around.
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