1 Reply Latest reply: Apr 10, 2012 2:50 PM by Alberto Ravasio
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Where do I "add/ remove  programs"? and where is my C: drive??


Mac Pro
Reply by Alberto Ravasio on Apr 10, 2012 2:50 PM Helpful

There is no C: drive in OS X

 

The default programs place is the Application folder.

 

There are a couple of methods to install a program.

You can drag and drop the icon as for Thunderbird in this example

 

001.png

 

or double click the box icon as for Safari in this example and follow the on screen directives

 

002.png

 

To remove a program simply trash its icon. In some cases you can find an uninstall icon. In some cases trashing the icon is not sufficient to completely remove the program.

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  • Alberto Ravasio Level 5 Level 5

    There is no C: drive in OS X

     

    The default programs place is the Application folder.

     

    There are a couple of methods to install a program.

    You can drag and drop the icon as for Thunderbird in this example

     

    001.png

     

    or double click the box icon as for Safari in this example and follow the on screen directives

     

    002.png

     

    To remove a program simply trash its icon. In some cases you can find an uninstall icon. In some cases trashing the icon is not sufficient to completely remove the program.