It’s the same as it is for iPhone and iPad users. Apps.
My Mac is loaded up with more high quality, useful, handy, productive apps than ever (though the total remains less than the number of apps on my iPhone). The Mac App Store has increased my app collection, too, and app prices are competitively low.
All these apps mean one thing. Well, actually, two things. First, I do more and I’m more productive. Second, I try out more apps which clutter up the Applications folder.
For Mac users, unwanted apps need to be deleted properly, which begs the question, “Why doesn’t Apple put an uninstaller app on the Mac?” I don’t know, so I use one that works for me and doesn’t cost much.
AppDelete could not be easier to use. Grab an unwanted app and drag and drop it onto AppDelete.
AppDelete deletes Dashboard Widgets, Preference Panes (in System Preferences), Browser Plugins, Bundles, Screensavers, and more.
The claim to fame here is AppDelete’s ability to find all the associated app files– the ones in Application Support, Preferences, and elsewhere– which clog up disk space.
Drag and drop an unwanted app to AppDelete and it displays all the files that should be deleted (but gives you options to keep files which you may need).
Finding unwanted app files is fast. AppDelete is 64-bit. It also features automatically. Drag an app to the Trash, and AppDelete checks for additional files which may need to be deleted.
Other options include a way to Force Empty the Trash for harder to remove files. And it keeps a log of everything, and can update itself. Simple. Fast. Inexpensive.