Monthly Archives: December 2015

Give your Mac a holiday gift on this full-moon Christmas

The first full moon Christmas holiday was seen in 1977, and luckily, the great holiday in this year will present the world an other full moon holiday night. NASA said the next Christmas full moon won’t be seen until 2034. The Happy Christmas holiday begins at the Christmas Eve, a celebration night people will give family and friends apples which carries good wishes. Christmas is not only a grand festival,but also represents the end of a passing year. You might focus on the apples you’ve got, but how about another “Apple” on your desk? Having been used for a whole year, how about providing your busy Mac a clean and safe environment as a holiday gift?

Do you really know how to maintain your Mac in the proper way? Have you noticed that it is running more and more slowly than before? What can you do when your Mac becomes slowly and how to make it run fast as before? All these are what you need to learn and what you can give your Mac as a holiday gift.

You might be familiar with how to do when there is a slowdown on your Mac, regularly cleaning up your Mac with sort of Mac keeper, and then drag the applications lying idle on your Mac. It is no big deal when you are performing a cleanup tool to trash some stuffing on your system, but when it comes to application removal on mac, there might be more things you need to learn.

Generally, there are two kinds of uninstall methods, one is to remove the unwanted applications via a manual way, and the other is to resort to a third party uninstaller to make the unwanted Apps gone from your Mac automatically. There may be difference, yet both the manual and the automatic need to fulfill the same goals. for example,when you need to remove Picasa from Mac, you need to

  • make the Picasa icon disappeared from your Mac
  • clean up all the leftovers of Picasa
  • Empty trash to make complete removal of all the files

Adopting a typical uninstall methods acquires more work, you have to locate the folders containing the associated files of the unwanted application. Usually there are three target folders named /Library/Application Support/, /Library/Preferences/ and also /Library/Caches/. Search for those folders and trash all the files in them. For some Mac users, especially the newbie ones, it is complicated to detect all the components and all the detective works cost too much time. But when there are a smart tool which can help you search for all the leftovers during your removal, no matter how much do you know about Mac, or even know nothing about Mac uninstall, you cam successfully perform application uninstall on it. Compared with the time-costing and complex manual removal method, it is easier to conduct a complete uninstall on Mac, and also save much time for all levels of Mac users.

So if you wanna make your Mac clean and continue to accompany you in the next Christmas holiday, you’d better take action right now and begin a thorough cleaning on your Mac, remove some unused applications from Mac, or clear all the rubbish on it. At last, merry Christmas! Take good care of your Mac and enjoy this special Christmas with a full moon!