You missed the point. Most mac apps don't need un-installers. =20
Dragging the app to the trash is the un-install. It's not like the pc=20=
where there are several DLL's and Registry settings that need to go=20
along with the app.
On Friday, June 7, 2002, at 12:35 AM, Ed Kummel wrote:
> Sure, dragging the icon to the trash is easy...any OS
> can do it (with a GUI), but if you don't properly
> uninstall an applicaiton on a Mac, you run the risk of
> corrupting preferences. I suggest that you use an
> uninstaller if you want to remove applications from
> any OS!
-- My ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. -Yoda, Jedi Master =EF=A3=BF
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