Removing Safari From a Mac with Movavi Mac Cleaner
As the default browser that is include in OS X, Safari is generally well-loved by most Mac users. However some tend to prefer other browsers such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox because they are more accustomed to using them or simply prefer their features and interface.
If you find that you tend to use some other browser, why not remove Safari from your Mac rather than leave it kicking around and taking up space? Just like other native OS X apps you can’t delete it through normal means, as you’ll only receive an error for your troubles if you try to.
At the same time trying to manually remove Safari can be tedious – which is why your best bet is to uninstall it with Movavi Mac Cleaner. To do just that and delete Safari from your Mac safely without affecting other apps, just follow these steps:
- Launch Movavi Mac Cleaner and wait as it automatically scans your Mac for junk files.
- Click on the ‘Uninstaller’ tab on the left and let it scan your Mac to find all the apps that are installed.
- Select the ‘OS X Apps’ list
- Find ‘Safari’ and click on the box beside it so that it is checked.
- Click ‘Remove’ to uninstall Safari.
Needless to say you can delete any other native OS X apps by using this same method, and the ‘Uninstaller’ feature in Movavi Mac Cleaner will also let you uninstall other apps cleanly. It is capable of tracking down leftovers from apps that were uninstalled in the past, and can free up quite a bit of space by doing so.
Aside from that you should also use Movavi Mac Cleaner to clean the junk from your Mac regularly. Seeing as you can do this with just a single click, it will be absolutely no hassle on your part. Additionally you could free up even more space with its ‘Disk Usage’ feature that will let you visually see where space is being wasted, and its ‘Shredder’ that can securely delete sensitive files.
Simply put Movavi Mac Cleaner can free up a considerable amount of space on your Mac, by helping you delete apps you no longer need, remove junk files, and clean it up generally. Keeping your Mac clean will also improve its performance – which should give you ample reason to do so regularly.