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Unbiased Review on Osx Uninstaller (Mac Removal Tool)

“What is Osx Uninstaller? Is it reliable and safe to run on my device? How can I use this tool to accomplish removal tasks with efficiency? Does it work as it claims?”……

If you are looking for a professional uninstall software for your Mac, you may notice a software labeled Osx Uninstaller in the search result. And the aforementioned questions may arise in your mind. There are many cleanup tools for Mac computers, and users may get confused to find out the one that fulfills their needs. What benefits can Osx Uninstaller offer? Does this paid software deserve a try? To make an unbiased judgment, we will discuss all the questions above in this software review.

1.What is Osx Uninstaller?

Osx Uninstaller claims to be an effective solution to remove both third party and built-in apps on Mac computers. In its words, this tools allows Mac users to easily tackle any software uninstallation, and therefore helps users to avoid potential risks.

Here’s the app information details we can find from Osx Uninstaller’s homepage:

  • To run Osx Uninstaller requires macOS 10.9.5 and above
  • The app is lightweight and it takes approximately 10 MB disk space
  • The latest version is 3.19.6.23, which was released on January 1st, 2019
  • The automatic removal process can be accomplished in three stages
  • Tech support contact email address is support@osxuninstaller.com
  • The team behind Osx Uninstaller comes from a tech company who is committed to developing software to help customers manage their computers more effectively
  • Users need to pay for a valid registration code to activate Osx Uninstaller before using it to remove Mac apps. Four license plans are available, including 1Mac/1Year ($29.95), 1Mac/Lifetime($39.90), 3Mac/1Year($39.90), and 3Mac/Lifetime($29.95)
  • 60 Days Money-Back Guarantee is provided to guarantee the order for the software

2. Does this app do what it claims?

After knowing the basic information about Osx Uninstaller, we need to do some tests and see if this app performs well in removing software. In these tests, we install some popular applications in different categories on the testing machine, and then run Osx Uninstaller to execute the uninstallation. In the interest of saving space, here we only take Adobe Acrobat Reader as an example to show you how Osx Uninstaller works.

Here are the steps to use Osx Uninstaller to remove Adobe Acrobat Reader on Mac :

> Run Osx Uninstaller via Launchpad, from Spotlight or in the Applications folder.
> Select Adobe Acrobat Reader, and click Run Analysis to start the scanning.

> Click Complete Uninstall button and then Yes in the pop-up dialog.
> Click Back to Interface button to re-scan the installed software on Mac.

After a few attempts, we find that most software apps can be removed in less than one minute, and the whole process is quite straightforward and intuitive to finish. Meanwhile, we head to the Applications folder as well as the Launchpad, to check if this app has gone, and the result is that the software has been removed successfully.

There is one more thing to notice: prior to the uninstall, we have made sure the software is deactivated, as typically, an running app will not be uninstalled smoothly or completely. So if you encounter problem when trying to uninstall an app with Osx Uninstaller, make sure to shut down the target app as well as any related processes.

3. Should I purchase this app?

Before answering this question, you should know some uninstall knowledge on Mac.

On a Mac, you can drag and drop an app into the Applications folder to get it installed. Meanwhile, you can drag and drop an app from the Applications folder to the Trash, and then delete it permanently in the Trash to get rid of the app from your Mac.

Things look so easy when you are trying to uninstall unwanted apps on Mac. And you may take it granted that there is no need to apply any removal tool on your Mac. However, many users neglect a fact that, deleting an app from Applications folder as well as the Trash does not guarantee a 100%, clean uninstall. Why say so? Well, most third-party apps will create associated files, like the preferences settings, cache, supporting plugins, and store them outside the installation directory. Well, those app leftovers will not be deleted automatically in the wake of the removal of the app.

Remaining on the hidden system directories, app leftovers take up certain (sometimes large) disk space, hinder a fresh re-install, or even cause conflict when you are trying to install another app with the same category. Statistically, most uninstall issues are caused by incomplete removal of app. To troubleshoot those issue, experienced users may know how to detect and remove app leftovers around the system (especially in the hidden ~/Library and /Library folders) by utilizing the Search feature in Finder, but for Mac beginners, the detection requires more energy and involves potential risk.

So here are the reasons why you need an automated uninstall tool: (1) to save the time wasted on hunting down app remnants in different system folders, (2) to avoid the risk of mistakenly deleting other unrelated items, and (3) to make the whole process of uninstalling unwanted apps more streamline, easy-to-operate, and high-efficient.

From our perspectives, it could be a wise choice to utilize a reputable tool like Osx Uninstaller, especially when you get stuck in some uninstall issues or if you prefer to save time in accomplishing that kind of tasks. Again, does it good to use? After giving it a try, you could make your decision whether Osx Uninstaller is right for you.

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