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How to completely remove a program from a Mac!

All of us who use macs sometimes, or occasionally can't get that program off our computer!
Well now you can!
Step 1- Go on Finder Step 2- Click on "Applications" Step 3- Find that pesky program! Step 4- Drag it to the trash can. Step 5- Empty the trash can & Voila'.
However, again, sometimes, we face that very program that just won't leave! No matter how much we try! After reviewing & testing many macintosh programs for 2 1/2 weeks, I found the perfect & free program called 'Trash It!'
Its a simple program, all there is to it is plainly downloading it.Once its done, you're ready to delete anything you want with a simple click & adding your password!
For your reference: http://trash-it.mac.findmysoft.com/
Stay tunes for more Tips & Tricks from: Marinora ;)

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How can I share computer screen with others remotely on my Macintosh?


Your Mac has its own inbuilt feature for remote sharing screen on Mac, especially with a VNC server with some additional features. So, you can use the VNC clients for controlling your Mac and these clients are available for all types of platforms. In order to enable and use this screen sharing feature you have to follow these steps.

Step 1. First, click on the Apple icon that is present in the menu bar at the top of the Mac screen. Then, select the system preferences and click Sharing.
Step 2. Select the screen sharing checkbox to for Mac remote screen sharing over Internet on your Mac.
Step 3. The control panel will inform you about another Mac desktop or device on the local network.
Step 4. Open the Finder window and look under the section named Shared in the sidebar.
Step 5. Now, select the computer that you want to control and click on the option Share Screen.
Step 6. In order to set some extra options for screen sharing, then click on the Computer Settings. You will get some options which you can check or uncheck according to your need.

Besides, you're free to try this great Mac app named ezTalks to share your screen while having a video conference.

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I'm trying to remove an App from my Macbook. when I jiggle the Apps the App has no x in order to remove it


Click on the app and drag it to the trash can in the lower right corner of your screen. The app will remain there until you empty your trash. If you change your mind before you empty your trash can, just click on the app in the trash and drag it back to the file where you want it.
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How do I get rid of InstallMac?


I have been spared but try the site by Thomas Reed: http://www.thesafemac.com/arg/ there yo can find the adware removal guide & an app called AdwareMedic (donateware).

That should do it.

Apparently uninstalling InstallMac is a difficult one; see http://www.thesafemac.com/installmac-uninstaller-antics/ .

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Please connect me to Pulkit558


Hi Sir,
I guess you chose a wrong option. This is not Chat but let me give you the instructions on how to get your prints working on both macs.

First of all check the ip address of the mac. Check it on both macs. To do that follow the instructions below.


Step 1. Click the Apple logo on the top left of the screen.
Step 2 Select "System Preferences".
Step 3. Select "Network" under the "Internet and Network" section.
Step 4 Select which connection you'd like to check in the "Show" drop-down menu. If you're hooked up via ethernet, select "Built In Ethernet". If you have a wireless network, select "AirPort".
Step 5 Select "TCP/IP" on the "Network" screen.
Step 6 View your computer's IP address on the subsequent screen displayed on your Mac.

Now you know the ip address of your mac.

Now we have to ping the ip address and have to check if there is connectivity between macs. Follow the instuction below to check that :



Step 1. On Finder in the dock.
Step 2 Click on Macintosh HD in the window.
Step 3 Click on Applications.
Step 4 Click on Utilities.
Step 5 Double-click on Network Utility.
Step 6 In the Network Utility window, click on the Ping tab.
Step 7 In the field under "Please enter the network address to ping"(enter the ip adress of other computer)
Step 8 Click the Ping button.

Try theses steps first and check if they have connection.

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