4 Replies Latest reply: May 11, 2010 11:57 AM by JasonFear
parajo Level 1 Level 1
I just wanted to make a test and compare CS5 to CS4.
Now, i want to uninstall Photoshop CS5 (full stuff...?), but don't find the procedure.
Any comment please?

Mac Pro-:-3.2GHz-:-velociRaptor HDD's-:-16GB RAM-:-MacBook Pro 17"-:-, Mac OS X (10.6.2), 2 x EIZO: 24"-:-ColorEdge CG242W
  • JasonFear Level 5 Level 5
    Hi parajo,

    There's two options (that I can think of):

    1.) Run the uninstall that's located in the Utilities folder
    2.) Download and install a 3rd party application like "App Cleaner" to remove the application
  • parajo Level 1 Level 1
    Hi Jason,
    Thanks for your response.
    But, i did find an "uninstall Air" option, but no way to find an uninstall option for Photoshop CS5 !
    This is one of the problems i deplore from Apple ! A real "Uninstall procedure" !

    No way to put it in the basket, so, i do have to find an other way, because it takes unnecessary much room and don't use it because i'm very satisfied using Photoshop CS4.

  • Baby Boomer (USofA) Level 9 Level 9
    "This is one of the problems i deplore from Apple ! A real "Uninstall procedure"!"

    Apple's procedure is to drag the application to the trashcan & empty. Can't get any realer than that.

    Photoshop CS5 is a 3rd party application. Most 3rd party apps come w/an installer. You would do better to post your uninstall problem on Adobe Photoshop CS5 Forums since it's their product you are having problems with.

  • JasonFear Level 5 Level 5
    Hi parajo,

    I just finished installing Adobe CS5 Photoshop and the uninstall is exactly where I expected it to be:

    Utilities -> Adobe Installers -> Uninstall Adobe Photoshop CS5

    If it's not there, I'd recommend downloading the installer again, it too will give you the option to uninstall the application.

    Regarding the plea to Apple, this is an Adobe product and your frustration needs to be directed to them.