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How to uninstall Logitech Media Server on Mac OSX 10.9?


Holberg

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It's been awhile since I used LMS but here's what I remember. Right click the program icon at the bottom of the Preferences window in System Preferences. This will bring up a " Remove " option which you will select. I believe that this will not remove all associated files however. I use a program called App Trap to remove all associated files when uninstalling programs. (AppTrap ) I'm sure there are others but I've had good luck with this one. Maybe others will have additional suggestions.

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It's been awhile since I used LMS but here's what I remember. Right click the program icon at the bottom of the Preferences window in System Preferences. This will bring up a " Remove " option which you will select. I believe that this will not remove all associated files however. I use a program called App Trap to remove all associated files when uninstalling programs. (AppTrap ) I'm sure there are others but I've had good luck with this one. Maybe others will have additional suggestions.

 

I have removed LMS by right clicking the program icon. I have also downloaded the AppTrap. When LMS is moved to the trash the AppTrap doesn´t give me a notification if I which to remove all associated files. Can I assume that everything is removed?

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If you have App Trap installed when you uninstall a program a window appears asking if you want to move all files as we'll. If that window doesn't come up either all the files are in the trash or the program ( App Trap ) isn't working correctly. try uninstalling another app and see what happens.

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