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Question by Forte
December 29, 2015

How to completely remove TechTracker from my Mac (El Capitan)? No longer listed in my Applications, but still appears on tool bar and slows down my Mac.

Stephen Prastman
Answer by Stephen Prastman

You can use Terminal to completely remove an application from your computer. Use the Finder and look for Terminal. Start it and type mdfind -name "application name". In the application name, type CNET. After all the results related to CNET are displayed, use the following command: sudo rm -rif PATH. Replace PATH with the search results from previous command. Reboot after this operation, and the CNET will be removed from your Mac.

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