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Hi everyone. I have been using AppCleaner (on OS X, obviously) to uninstall apps that I no longer need, however I still don't know if it gets rid of every file associated with the app I delete. In your opinion, which is better? AppCleaner or AppZapper and why? Thanks in advance for the answers.

asked Feb 24 '11 at 01:01

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I did some research and it seems that AppZapper is the exact copy of AppCleaner, the only difference is that AppZapper is 12.95 dollars more useless. AppCleaner comes with extra options and it's free. Also, AppZapper is no longer supported/updated. There's also a third product called AppDelete, although it costs only $7.99 it still does the same thing as AppCleaner. My recommendation would be to stick with AppCleaner.

answered Feb 24 '11 at 06:46

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