Mac's work differently in this way - to see what you have 'installed' as such is to look in your 'applications' folder mostly - or wherever you place some programs. To uninstall (this works with 99% of programs) just drag the app into the trash! and any other corresponding folders. All that will remain is most likely a 4kb plist - which you can delete manually - easy!leojose said:Hi all,
Do we have anything in MAC 10.4 that is similar to the Add/Remove program in windows? I would like to view all applications installed in my system and uninstall whatever I don't find necessary.
The list of applications installed can be viewed with system profiler located in utilities folder : under software > applications, and/or directly accessible through "about this mac" by clicking "more info"applemaz said:Unlike Windows, applications in MacOS X do not have a component which binds itself to the actual operating system. The downside, is that there is no list of applications installed.....
I opened Apple system profiler but only an icon appears on the dashboard. Even the items under the sytem profiler toolbar do not seem to point to anything that gives a list of applications? What do I do after opening the system profiler?Gig' said:The list of applications installed can be viewed with system profiler located in utilities folder : under software > applications,
For some reason the more info button is shaded.and/or directly accessible through "about this mac" by clicking "more info"
yes..the DOCK...sorry I messed up the namefryke said:By dashboard do you mean the Dock? If so, maybe System Profiler's window is closed.
yes...the menubar at the topBy toolbar, do you mean the menubar at the top of the screen? Then you simply have to type Cmd-"3" (Cmd being the Apple key) to get a complete view.