Transmit 5 for Mac is a paid file transfer utility that allows users to upload, download and manage files over the internet. If you plan to uninstall Transmit from your Mac, make sure to take proper methods (instead of simply dragging this app to the Trash) to guarantee a perfect result. In this post we mainly discuss two approaches to completely delete Transmit, and you will learn some tips about Mac app removal.
Some users ask on the Internet that why they always fail to delete Transmit to Trash. That’s most likely because the app is still running, so it cannot be thrown to the Trash.
If Transmit keeps active, you are supposed to terminate this app totally. How to do so? You have 3 options to shut down an app and any of its processes:
(1) Right click Transmit icon in the Dock and choose Quit;
(2) Click Transmit> Quit Transmit in the menu bar at the top of the screen;
(3) Launch Activity Monitor, select Transmit under Process Name, click X icon in the upper left corner, and click Quit button. If the app stops responding, click Force Quit.
After that, you can adopt one of the following three options to uninstall the target app.
Looking for an one-stop solution to remove unwanted apps and those hidden leftovers? Wanna save some trouble in deleting Transmit for Mac? A dedicated, reputable uninstall tool may be exactly what you need. But which one is the best choice?
Optimized for the latest macOS, Osx Uninstaller features an intuitive interface, streamlined process and clean uninstall result. You can run this tool to quickly locate all components pertaining to Transmit and delete them all in a few clicks.
Watch the clip below to know how this tool works perfectly to uninstall Transmit.
Wanna remove Transmit without third party tool? Then try the regular way instead. Here are the steps you can follow to uninstall Transmit the app from your Mac:
You can move an app to the Trash by other available options: (2) drag it into the Trash in Dock and drop it there; (3) select the app, and go to File > Move to Trash. The trash-to-delete method works for almost all apps in all versions of Mac OS X.
Now the app has gone from the /Applications folder, and you can execute the uninstall by permanently deleting the app in the Trash. So continue with the two steps below:
Warning: The act of emptying the Trash is irrevocable, and everything dropped in the Trash will be deleted instantly and permanently. So before you empty the Trash, make sure you haven’t mistakenly thrown anything useful into the Trash.
Incomplete uninstallation is one of the biggest issues that upset most Mac users. If you choose to remove Transmit by utilizing Osx Uninstaller, you can skip the part of detecting app leftovers. But if you uninstall Transmit by the conventional way, you still have some extra work to do, namely, deleting remnants belonging to Transmit.
Here are the instructions you can follow to delete Transmit-related items:
Besides, you can individually look for Transmit leftovers in these locations:
~/Library/Saved Applications State,
Warming: novice users should be very cautious when manually deleting app vestiges in the /Library and ~/Library directories. If other app components or system files are deleted mistakenly, those affected app or even the system could not work normally.
Now we have come to the end of this article. Have you got the tricks to remove any unwanted app on Mac? And which way do you think is the best to uninstall Transmit? You are welcomed to leave any valuable comment to help improve this article.