Revo Uninstaller Alternatives for Mac
AppCleaner is a small application which allows you to thoroughly uninstall unwanted apps.
- - AppCleaner is the most popular Mac alternative to Revo Uninstaller.
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Closest equivalent to revo on MacOS0
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The tagline say it all, "The uninstaller Apple forgot". AppZapper is for people who want to confidently try new apps while knowing they can uninstall them easily. Drag one or more unwanted apps onto AppZapper and watch as it finds all the extra files and lets you...
UninstallPKG is an application that allows you to completely remove so called "packages" (file-extension .pkg) and all their installed contents from your Mac. UninstallPKG can be used to reclaim precious disk-space by removing unwanted functionality like unused printer...
"Clean Uninstall" cleans fingerprints (such as preferences) left by an add-on from your Firefox profile upon its removal. Usually add-on developers do not clear preferences created by their extension just before extension gets uninstalled.
- - Clean Uninstall is the most popular Linux alternative to Revo Uninstaller.
The extension is not updated since August 2017 and it's currently not compatible with Firefox 57 and Pale Moon 27. It still works on XUL-based Firefox forks like Waterfox
AppTrash makes cleaning up unwanted files after removing Mac apps easy. When you drag an app to the trash, it finds related files and offers to remove them as well. You can selectively pick which files to remove, or go with all of them.
AppRemover is a free utility that enables users to completely remove or enables the uninstallation of security applications such as antivirus, antispyware and extraneous files left behind from your computer.applicationsDiscontinued
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For creative designers and program engineers, if you have Auto Save enabled in Sketch or Xcode, every time you make changes in a document, macOS will save these change logs to Versions database. Considering the size of your design/coding documents, your Mac storage will be eaten...