Encounter problems in uninstalling TeamViewer for Mac? Find a solution in this post.
As a remote desktop tool, TeamViewer helps users to achieve remote control, desktop sharing, online meetings, web conferencing and file transfer between computers. You can take several clicks to install this app on your Mac, but if you need to thoroughly uninstall TeamViewer, that’s not so easy as you install it before. Issues occur like:
- TeamViewer cannot be dragged to the Trash as it is in use
- Some files associated with TeamViewer are hard to be found or removed
- TeamViewer notifications still pop up after you perform a standard uninstall
Those issues can be triggered by different causes. To avoid falling into the troubles, you are supposed to take the right approach to carry out a complete, valid uninstall. In this guide we list as more as possible options to help you achieve a satisfactory result.
For those who just switch from Windows operating system to Mac, many features on macOS may provide more convenience for their operation (or instead, enhance difficulty for them to get familiar with the new OS :P). For instance, the ability to use tabs in Finder, which was introduced with the launch of OS X Mavericks in 2013.
You may have known how to create a new Finder tab by using the keyboard shortcut Command-T, which also works for web browsers including Safari, Firefox or Chrome. But if you have already opened a dozen of separate Finder windows, how to quickly consolidate them all into a tabbed Finder window? Read on to get the answers.
“Adobe Creative Cloud is a software package that provides subscribers a set of applications used for graphic design, video editing, web development, photography and optional cloud services. With it you can quickly launch and update your Adobe desktop apps, and manage and share your assets stored in Creative Cloud.”
As Adobe has announced before, the price for Creative Cloud subscription plans will suffer different degrees of rose since April 16. Do the modest price increases bring you some concerns? At least for me, I may start to take time looking for some one-time fee alternatives to Lightroom, like Pixelmator Pro priced $29.99.
Anyhow, if you are considering to stop using Adobe Creative Cloud, or you just want to start a fresh installation of this app on your Mac, read through this page and learn the proper ways to uninstall Creative Cloud without leaving any trace on macOS.
On Mac, you can easily create a PDF using the built-in Preview app, but the shortcoming is that there are not much available customization options, specifically about the quality, and by extension the file size, of the PDF generated. So if you convert several large pictures into a PDF file, the size may be larger than you desire.
You may need to compress the PDF file when you run into file size limitation trying to upload or share it with others (such as emailing it as an attachment to your friends). To save storage space, you can resize the existing PDF file in Preview, any other PDF utilities, or online website tools. In this post we will mainly show you how to resize a PDF file on Mac using the free Preview app.