About the app: PuTTY is an open source SSH client that allows users to connect to a remote server and transfer files over the network. It is originally designed for Windows system, but later ported to other systems, including macOS. To get the paid PuTTY on your Mac, you will need to have Command-line Tools, X-CODE or MacPorts, and the installation could be a little complicated for inexperienced users.
Planning to use other SSH clients than PuTTY for Mac? How to uninstall PuTTY as it is not in Finder’s Applications folder? If you have problems in removing PuTTY, browser this page and follow the instructions on how to properly uninstall PuTTY.
Generally, you can uninstall an app by deleting it in the Applications folder and Trash. That works in all version of Mac system, and here are the detailed steps to follow:
What if the application is not shown up in the Applications folder (like PuTTY)? How to get rid of PuTTY in this case? Depending on the version of PuTTY installed on your Mac, you may try to directly launch the PuTTY uninstall script to get rid of it.
Encounter problems when performing the uninstall steps above? Here are two tips:
Prior to the normal uninstall, you’d better check if the target app is in use or not. If the app is active, you would not be able to trash it from the Applications folder.
There are multiple ways of (force) quitting an open app in macOS / Mac OS X:
(1) Right click on the app icon in the Dock and choose Quit;
(2) Find the app icon in the top menu bar, click on it and choose Quit [app name];
(3) Launch Activity Monitor in Dock, type the app name in the search box, select the process, click X button on the upper left corner, and click Quit in the pop-up dialog;
(4) 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
Besides, in the latest version of macOS, the app will stay in Dock if you recently open it up. You can right click on PuTTY in Dock and choose Options > Remove from Dock. After doing those preparation works, you can start the uninstall as normal.
Not sure if there is any PuTTY trace left on the system? You can utilize Finder’ Search feature to scan out the existing files and folders associated with PuTTY:
Warning: Mistakenly deleting other unrelated items might affect the normal use of other apps or even the system. You must be very cautious in performing this step.
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