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May 22, 2018 Security Software, Uninstall Guides , ,

MacRemover, Automatically Removal Solution for Any App on macOS

Uninstalling an app on a Mac is so easy, you might not even realize how to do it: just drag the app’s icon from the Applications folder into the trash. Can’t uninstall an app on Mac with manual way? We have the easier way for you by MacRemover, an automated tool for all unwanted apps on macOS.


It that manual way cause so many problem in computer? It might be leaving much leftover in hard drive if you using the manual means, or just fail to uninstall the target. But, remember, there is always other option to uninstall app on macOS, which is the easy way here: automated tool to remove unwanted apps.

All of you may know how to remove unwanted app on macOS sierra, let’s take a quick look on the overall procedure:

Open Finder on the left side of Dock >> Click Application on the left panel;
Find the target you want to remove in the interface >> hold and drag the icon to Trash;
Or right-click on it and choose Move to Trash;


Also, you are required to remove its leftover in Library folder:

  • /Library/C
  • /Library/Application Support/;
  • /Library/ Preferences/
  • /Library/Caches
  • /Library/Logs
  • /Library/Cookies
  • /Library/CrashReporter

But what about applications that don’t have shortcuts, built-in system apps, and other corner cases? So we decide to provide an easier way to remove the target.

Easy to Remove Target from macOS

In this part, we will introduce an app for removing all kinds of unwanted programs in macOS and Mac OS X, you can try it whatever you want if you have no idea to remove things except manual way.

What is MacRemover

Learn about today’s main tool—MacRemover: An easy-to-use application that helps you uninstall apps efficiently on macOS. To be specifically, MacRemover is an app that install on your Mac to help you remove other needless apps, so next time you need to uninstall app, you can easily launch MacRemover and delete app from its list, which greatly reduce the steps to remove an app comparing to Mac Trash.

How MacRemover Works

Generally, it will take less than a minute to completely remove an app with three simple clicks/steps: Locate target >> Run Analysis >> Complete Uninstall, and removal done. After three steps, that target app is gone for good with all leftovers remained in hard drive, so you won’t have to clean them up one by one in the last method like manual.

How to use MacRemover to run removal

Basically, three steps need to be done to completely uninstall Melodyne (for example):

  • Step 1: Launch MacRemover, and easily locate in Melodyne then click Run Analysis button;
  • Step 2: Easily click on Complete Uninstall button;
  • Step 3: A few seconds later, it will delete all leftover of the target for you, then sends a congratulation message.

Removal done.

How is about this method to remove unwanted applications? Isn’t easy and convenient for removing? Afterwards, You can also visit here for more information about this tool or the detailed steps to uninstall Melodyne by automated tool.

More tips: How to put MacRemover into Malwarebytes whitelist

However, some users found that MacRemover had been block by Malwarebytes antivirus inaccurately on macOS recently, and MacRemover is absolutely 100 % safe and secure to be used on computer, if your Malwarebytes has block it by false positive, then here’s you can do to add it into whitelist.

Method 1: From the Policy Pane

  • Log in to your Management Console
  • Click the Policy pane
  • Select the Policy in which you want to whitelist an item and click Edit.
  • Click the Ignore List tab
  • Enter any items you would listed, separated by a new line

You can whitelist any of the following:

  • IP Addresses i.e.
  • Files i.e. C:\Windows\not-a-virus.exe
  • Folders i.e. C:\Windows\SystemFolder\*
  • Registry Keys i.e.

Method 2: From the Client Pane

  • Log in to your Management Console
  • Click the Client pane
  • Click the client that has detected something you wish to whitelist
  • Click the Security Logs tab
  • Right click the detected item, then click Add to Ignore List


This will add the item to the policy that the computer is currently assigned to.

Method 3: from the Client Pane (Threat View)

  • Log in to your Management Console
  • Click the Client pane > Threat View
  • Right-click the detection you wish to whitelist
  • Click Exclude this Object to whitelist the item on the policy that the original machine that detected it has applied
  • Click Exclude this object for All Clients to whitelist the item on all policies


For more Malwarebytes whitelist, please visit here.

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