To have a computer that works at full throttle it's advisable, among many other measures, to keep control over the applications installed to remove those that we don't use.
Incorrect or incomplete uninstalls cause OS X performance problems on the long run.
We can just delete them because on many occasions they leave traces in different areas of our operating system that in time can make it work inefficiently. Having tools to clean and uninstall these apps is very important and here is where AppDelete can help us out.
AppDelete or AppCleaner: which one's better?
Horses for courses. In this case, we'll find all the functions necessary to delete applications, widgets, preference panels, plug-ins... in other words, the elements associated to any program installed on our Mac.
- Uninstall programs and any associated elements.
- Automatically scan visible and invisible elements.
- Fast access panels with menu filters (name, size, type, date of creation...).
- Drag and drop function to delete programs.
- Daily activity register.
- Option to protect files by default.
To keep things short, it's an application cleaner that, just like AppCleaner or CCleaner, will help us to keep our computer in the best functioning conditions.