Free Uninstallers for Mac OS 9?

Posted on 2003-03-10
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Are there any free, working in/uninstallers to download for Macintosh classic? thx /mahoc
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No Mac app requires an uninstaller. Its not like windows with registries and such to worry about. Just drag it to the trash. Thats it.

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First, i agree with Weed

Second, the best thing that is as close as uninstalling is from alladin system (stuffit)


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does not apply for system

apple suggest doing the fallowing for uninstalling part of the system.....


but just select, trash make the job !


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Another useful utility for times when an application doesn't write creator codes, is Installer Observer.
If you are trying a lot of Shareware and Freeware, but trashing most of it, IO can help keep your System Folder pruned.  It's Freeware.


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