1566 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: Sep 10, 2009 6:18 PM by Király
There's no way to reliably remove everything without reformatting and zeroing out the hard drive. Just deleting an account is not sufficient; OS X copies some user data to locations outside the user account. Web browsing history and e-mail attachments, for example.
Boot up from your OS X DVD and use Disk Utility to zero the drive. To include the extra software with the sale, just give the programs' install discs and license keys to the new owner. He can install and activate them himself.