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How To Uninstall SearchTech

Step 1: Log into your Mac with an administrator account.

  • If you are not logged in with an administrative account, you will be asked to enter a password when you try to delete something.
  • To find out whether your account has admin rights, click on the Apple menu, select System Preferences, and then choose Users & Groups. Check that your account shows in the list as "Admin."

Step 2: Open your Applications folder.

  • Browse for the program that you want to uninstall. Some programs are represented by a single icon, such as Firefox, while others are a folder of multiple icons, such as Microsoft Office.
  • Programs can possibly found in other locations, such as the Desktop.

Step 3: Drag the program or folder of programs that you wish to delete to the Trash.

  • When you release your chosen application over the bin, you will hear a sound effect that sounds like paper being scrunched up.
  • You can quickly move selected programs to the trash by pressing Cmd + Del.
  • The Trash acts as a safety buffer in case you delete anything by mistake. If you open the Trash, you can view its contents and drag items back out if required.

Step 4: Empty your Trash.

  • Once you are certain that you will never need the program again, you can empty your Trash, which will free up space on your computer. To empty the Trash, right-click on the Trash icon, select "Empty Trash", and then click "Empty Trash" to confirm.
  • You can quickly empty the trash by pressing Command + Shift + Del. If you don't want to be prompted for a confirmation, press Command + Shift + Option + Delete instead.

How To Uninstall SearchTech Search

  1. Safari Preferences -

    1. Go to the ‘General’ tab remove or change Homepage URL
    2. Go to the ‘Extensions’ tab and Uninstall the extension
  2. Chrome Settings -

    1. Go to ‘On Startup’ section click on the ‘Set Pages’ and remove the URL
    2. Go to ‘Appearance’ and remove the URL from the Home page
    3. Go to ‘Search’ change from the dropdown menu or remove default from the ‘Manage search engines…’
  3. Firefox Preferences -

    1. Go to ‘General’ tab and on the ‘Home Page’ section remove or change the URL
    2. Go to ‘Search’ tab change or remove the default search