WPS Office is a productivity suite developed by Kingsoft. This suite of software is made up of three apps (Writer, Presentation and Spreadsheets) and available for Windows, Android, iOS, and Linux. In July the vendor published the Alpha version for Mac users, which is free to use but requires users to log in before using the apps.
Are you interested in using this free suite as an alternative option to Microsoft Office? Or you just have experienced the software and decide to stop keeping it on your Mac? After all, it is a testing version that may contain some bugs and performance issues.
Anyhow, this post will show you how to properly uninstall WPS Office for Mac. Follow the steps below to manually delete related apps and remnants. Or instead, skip to the last part and use the recommended tool to get rid of all stuffs in several clicks.
Is any WPS Office app currently active on the Mac? If so, you need to quit this app before the uninstall. The options include quitting it via Dock or through Terminal.
(1)Right click on the active app in Dock, and choose Quit.
(2)Run Terminal in Dock or via Spotlight, type WPS in the search box, then right click the app in the list, click the X icon on the top left, and click Force Quit button.
After hunting down all the traces WPS Office leaves on your system, you can empty the Trash to get rid of them permanently, and the uninstallation is complete.
For the users who value their time or those who have issues in uninstalling WPS Office for Mac, we strongly recommend you to utilize a dedicated tool to deal with these stuffs. Osx Uninstall, for instance, can help you scan out all components of target apps and remove them all in very simple steps: launch > select > uninstall.
With Osx Uninstaller in hand, you can uninstall WPS Office for Mac without hassle:
So that’s it. WPS Office suite will be gone from your system without leaving a trace.
Is this post helpful for you? Which uninstall option do you prefer to use?