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How To Delete Applications on MacBook, Quick and Easy Tutorial!
TheIndonesia.id - Macbooks have become increasingly popular because of their speed, performance, and battery life, making many new users want to try this device. However, some new MacBook users face confusion in uninstalling apps. This guide will walk you through the tutorial on how to delete applications on MacBook.
Quoted from the book Practical Guide to Using Mac 0S X 10.4 Tiger for Beginners by Dirgayuza Setiawan (2008), the Macbook or portable Macintos is a portable device commonly referred to as a laptop that was first released in 2006.
The Macbook comes in two types, starting with the Macbook Air for lightweight and easy-to-carry laptops and the Macbook Pro which is intended for professionals.
The Macbook Pro comes in several variants, starting from the 13-inch variant which has a slightly better performance compared to the Macbook Air, the 14-inch variant for high performance and stability, and the 16-inch variant with a spacious screen, which can be used to work hard in a range of a long time.
How to Delete Applications on a Macbook
Here is the step of deleting an app, quoted from Apple.
- Open Launchpad by clicking the Dock, opening the application folder, or pinching with your thumb and three fingers on the trackpad.
- Type the app name in the search field or swipe down with two fingers
- Press the Option key () or click and hold on the app until it vibrates
- Click remove with the (x) icon next to the app.
- Click delete to confirm.
- Find apps in the Finder by typing the app's name in the bar next to each Finder window or use Spotlight to search for apps by pressing the Command () key while typing the app.
- Drag the app to the trash or select the app, then select File and move it to the trash.
- Enter username and password if required
- Then select Finder
- Select Empty Trash.