1Password for Mac is a famous password management tool used to store users’ confidential information with strong encryption. You can install this app easily on your Mac, but when you may get stuck in troubles when trying to uninstall 1Password:
Have no idea how to tackle those uninstall issues? In this post we will show you the proper steps to uninstall 1Password for Mac. Read on to learn more.
Note that if 1Password is currently running, firstly make sure to quit this app before you perform the standard uninstall. You have three options to quit 1Password :
> Right click on 1Password icon in Dock and choose Quit.
> In 1Password, press Command-Control-Q to quit the current app.
> Launch Activity Monitor, select any process containing 1Password under the Process Name, then click X on the upper left corner, and click Quit button.
Besides, you may need to uncheck the option ‘Always keep 1Password Mini running’ from the 1Password > Preferences > General, to deactivate 1Password Mini.
After doing these steps, you can proceed to the standard uninstallation of 1Password.
Well, if you are looking for a quick, hassle-free way to get rid of 1Password, Osx Uninstaller could be a good helper. As a lightweight yet powerful remover for Mac, this tool is capable of scanning out every trace of target app and clearing them all in a few clicks. Now watch the clip to know how it works to quickly uninstall 1Password.
The whole process lasts less than one minute, and the result is clean and satisfying. With Osx Uninstaller in hand you will only need to take 3 steps: launch > select > uninstall. Totally hassle-free, time-saving, and easy-to-use for all level users.
Wanna know the built-in method to uninstall Mac apps? Typically there are two available options you can choose to remove 1Password from macOS/Mac OS X.
Attention: Emptying Trash is irrevocable and everything in the Trash will be deleted from your Mac immediately. You’d better check your Trash before emptying it.
This is the drag-to-delete method to uninstall most Mac apps in all versions of Mac OS X. Generally the app you trash will disappear from the /Applications folder. If you cannot trash the app, make sure to quit all its processes, and try it again.
This way works for the apps which are downloaded and installed from the App Store. If you’re using the Mac App Store version, you can quickly remove 1Password like that, and once you click the X icon, it will be uninstalled instantly from your Mac.
Once installed, 1Password scatters some of its components like preferences, caches, supporting files around your system. Those items will not be deleted if you just delete the app via the Trash or from Launchpad. If you wish to do a clean uninstall, you will have to manually detect its leftovers stored in the deep system directories.
Here are the steps to detect and delete 1Password leftovers from your Mac:
Typically you will need to search for the items whose names contain 1Password or Agilebits (the vendor of the app) in the following locations:
~/Library/Saved Application State
Warming: Mistakenly deleting items from Library might have destructive effect on other apps or even system, so make sure to identify the belonging of the files before deleting them. It is time-wasting going through each folder and searching for app leftovers. Luckily, you can exploit the Search feature to hunt down associated files:
So that’s the end of this article. Have you successfully uninstalled 1Password for Mac? We notice that some users are confused by the complex, manual steps. Indeed, manual deletion comes with no cost but requires a little more patience and skills. If you still fail to get rid of 1Password after going through the manual instructions, first check if you miss out any crucial steps, or otherwise, utilize Osx Uninstaller to handle the task.
Feel free to raise any question, and we are glad to provide tech assistance.