Make sure the Mac computer is on, and close all programs. Locate your
hard drive icon on the desktop. Generic, non-personalized systems will
simply say "Macintosh HD
by the icon; however, if the user or owner has personalized their Mac's
space, it may have a different name. Regardless, the icon looks the
same: it appears as a small, silver metal rectangle that resembles a
piece of computer hardware.
Click on the "Applications" folder once you're viewing the contents of the Mac's hard drive
. The Applications folder holds all programs that have been installed on the machine.
Scan the list of available applications to see find the one(s) you seek
to uninstall. There are two ways to uninstall the program once you've
located it. One option is clicking while holding the Ctrl key once to
select the file, a small menu will pop up. Select "Move to Trash". A
second option is to locate the file in the Applications folder, select
it, and drag it to the Trash on the desktop.
Ensure that you've removed all files associated with the program, in
case they all weren't located in the Applications folder. Use Ctrl + F
and use the appropriate keywords to search the name of the program. Any
findings will disclose the location of the associated files. Located
each file in the designated folder, and delete.
Know that you can also install and uninstall programs on a Mac
using an actual program called an installer. Recommendations for the
best such program, including directions for installing and
uninstalling, can be found online.
If that doesn't work, please let me know and will further pursue your issue.