Archive for January 22nd, 2009
Installing applications and softwares on a Mac is easy, which is a quick drag-and-drop process. Uninstalling them might seems the same as dropping it in the Thrash but lots of files such as log files and caches and preferences files are left on your computer. uApp is a freeware that uninstall the applications you want completely and easily.
When you first open uApp, it will prompt you to add an application to it. So just drop an application you want to uninstall and it will bring up a list of files you should delete as well. Check the files you want to delete and you can be sure you will not find a trace of that application again. Simple as that.
On a quick note, uApp is not under any more active development so I will be reviewing more active Mac software uninstaller next time!! Comment and let me know some uninstaller that you use!!
It is a haste to open iTunes whenever you want to check out the latest applications and games for your iPod Touch/iPhone. So you might find App Store to be a neat gem. App Store allows you to browse the iTunes Store from your internet browser in an interface similar to the iTunes Store.
Everything is quite convenient and you can browse your applications and games easily. Best of all, whenever you want to view the stuffs you selected in iTunes, just click “View in iTunes” and it will open it in iTunes for you. Let me know any other neat gems you found!!