VirtualDJ is a professional DJ software developed by Atomix Productions America Inc. You can get and install this tool from the official site without pain. Yet, if you don’t want to use this app any more, or you need to perform a totally fresh installation, you should know how to completely uninstall VirtualDJ from your Mac computer.
This page contains detailed information to guide you through the thorough removal. The multiple uninstall methods listed below could be referential for those who encounter issues in deleting VirtualDJ. Check if any of them works in your case.
First of all, watch the clip to know how you can easily remove VirtualDJ 8 in seconds:
By using Osx Uninstaller, you can take simple steps to entirely uninstall VirtualDJ:
Afterwards, you can click Back to Interface button to re-scan your Mac. By default the app should be gone from Osx Uninstaller interface as well as the macOS system.
Here are how to completely uninstall VirtualDJ (cite from the vendor’s Q & A page):
Before you start the uninstall, you may like to make a backup copy of the /Users/YourUserName/Documents/VirtualDJ folder if you need to keep your database (contains song information such as BPM, comments, etc.), playlists, history etc.
If you have no idea how to carry out each step, we provide an extended version of it. The following are the instructions that you can follow to perform a clean uninstall.
Why some users cannot trash VirtualDJ to uninstall it? Mostly because this app is still active so the system refuses to perform the trashing act. After shutting down the app, you should be able to delete it smoothly. Now go on with the following sections.
This trash-to-delete option is universal for all versions of Mac OS X / macOS system.
Note that this option is only available when you installed VirtualDJ from Mac App Store. If there is no X that appears in the upper left corner of the app icon, that means this app is not installed through the App Store and cannot be deleted by this way.
The VirtualDJ app itself has been removed by deleting it from the Finder or Launchpad, but does it mean that all components of VirtualDJ have been removed? You can utilize the Search feature in Finder to find out the truth by yourself:
After doing all these, you should have fully removed VirtualDJ 8 from your system.