Do you want to remove Safari because you find yourself never using it and opting to use Chrome or Firefox instead? If you were to drag it over to the trash bin like you do with any other apps you’ll be confronted with a warning and prevents you from removing Safari.
That same warning will pop up if you attempt to delete any of the ‘native’ OS X apps that came pre-installed with your Mac. That being said it is possible to bypass that warning and safely remove Safari without affecting your Mac or any of your other apps – and all you need is Movavi Mac Cleaner.
Learning how to uninstall Safari on Mac with Movavi Mac Cleaner is simple and straightforward. In fact, it can be done in just a few steps:
- Launch Movavi Mac Cleaner and wait for the automatic scan to finish.
- Click on the ‘Uninstaller’ feature in the menu.
- Select the ‘OS X Apps’ section.
- Find ‘Safari’ in the list of OS X apps that appears and click the checkbox beside it.
- Click ‘Remove’ to uninstall Safari.
Frankly speaking the ‘Uninstaller’ in Movavi Mac Cleaner is tremendously useful and aside from being able to remove any other native OS X apps you don’t need you can also use it to detect leftovers from other apps and cleanly remove any apps you no longer require. By using it while also cleaning out the junk files from your hard drive with the software, you could free up quite a bit of free space and improve your Mac’s performance considerably.
Make no mistake there’s quite a bit more Movavi Mac Cleaner can do as well to keep your Mac in good shape, and its ‘Shredder’ to securely delete confidential files, as well as its antivirus and firewall to protect your Mac from online threats, are equally noteworthy. Suffice to say by using this one software your Mac should be run optimally for a long time to come and never end up slowing down.