Are you encountering a problem to completely uninstall SPSS from your Mac? Or just can’t find a good way to clean it out? This post will tell you how can perform the app removal, and how to find out and delete those files which easily left behind on the computer.
SPSS, currently named IBM SPSS Statistics, is a professional utility used for statistical analysis, interactive or batched. With the size of 800 MB of its install package, this application will occupy a lot of disk space on the Mac. So please remember to delete the install package after installing it.
When people try to uninstall SPSS, many of them find that it’s very difficult to remove all files and data of the program, even though they thought they had finish the removal, associated files and traces also can be found on the Mac.
In this case, the most important thing before starting the removal is to make clear where SPSS is, and which folders and locations are usually used to store its related files and data.
General folders used to store SPSS’s files:
Mac OS X itself has its own removing feature, but you should conduct the program removal job by yourself. Since the SPSS gets a lot of files and data on the Mac, so you should be patient and prepare for enough time to perform this manual removal.
Note: if some files cannot be found and deleted from the Mac, the incomplete removal might affect the successful re-installation in the future.
To get a faster and much easier way to complete this app removal, you can apply Osx Uninstaller to help you, this automatic uninstaller can scan out all related components and remove them quickly with its advanced algorithm in the removing feature. And this utility is also available for removing other applications you don’t want to keep on your OS X.
Or you can check this video to get more details about this app removal: