“I want to completely remove ZenMate from my Mac as I am experiencing issue with this desktop client and hope a fresh install could help. My question is: does it enough to delete ZenMate in the Applications folder? If not, what should I do?”
Once installed and launched, the ZenMate VPN client for Mac will appear in the menu bar for you to access to. Uninstalling this app can be easy if you follow the correct procedure. Yet, problems could also occur to result in the incomplete removal.
To achieve a clean and complete uninstall, you can make use of a professional removal tool named Osx Uninstaller, which allows you to uninstall apps in seconds.
Desire to get rid of all components of ZenMate, including the traces it creates on your Mac? Wonder how to delete app leftovers scattered around the system? With Osx Uninstaller in hand, you don’t need to search for ZenMate or the associated files, as the application removal task can be finished after you take a few click in the tool.
Here are the simple steps of using Osx Uninstaller to remove ZenMate on macOS:
1.Download the uninstaller from the homepage of this site, and install it on your Mac
2.Double click to launch this tool, and click Register button to start the activation
3.Select ZenMate in the interface and click Run Analysis button to start scanning
4.Click the Complete Uninstall button, and then click Yes button to execute removal
5.Click Back to Interface button to re-scan your Mac, and then close the uninstaller
Now you have totally removed all the files and folders pertaining to ZenMate from the Mac system. Generally speaking, this pro Mac removal tool can uninstall various apps within one minute, and users don’t bother to manually delete app remnants at all.
Don’t want to pay for the pro uninstaller? You can still uninstall the unwanted app and delete its vestiges, but that requires more time to take and more steps to follow.
Here is how to uninstall ZenMate from the Applications folder and Trash:
What to do if you fail to delete ZenMate into Trash? In that case, you should quit ZenMate prior to the uninstall.There are several options to quit the active ZenMate:
> If ZenMate shows up in the Dock, right click on its icon and choose Quit;
> When ZenMate is active, click ZenMate in the Menu Bar and choose Quit ZenMate;
> Launch Activity Monitor, select ZenMate, click X icon, and choose Quit;
> Press Command–Option–ESC(Escape) to bring up the Force Quit Applications window, select the app you want to stop running, and click Force Quit button
Once throwing ZenMate into Trash, you can choose Empty Trash from the Finder menu to clean it up there (note that emptying trash is an irrevocable act). But if there are other items in Trash, we suggest you to delete ZenMate individually in the Trash:
What else you should do after uninstalling ZenMate? How to effectively detect ZenMate remnants in the hidden system folders? Well, you can use the Search feature in Finder to locate and delete items pertaining to ZenMate. Here is how to do:
Warning: don’t delete items in the (~)/Library folder if you are not sure whether they are belonging to ZenMate, and don’t rush to empty the Trash after throwing the ZenMate-related items to Trash, because you can still put them back if necessary.
To sum up, in this post we share two different approaches to uninstall ZenMate for Mac. The former one is more efficient and time-saving for all lever users, but it requires you to pay for the valid license before using it. The later one, involves no extra fee but you need to take more time and skills to complete a thorough uninstall.
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