To install and uninstall apps on a Mac from the internet or a disc, you can follow these steps:
- Download the app from the internet or insert the disc containing the app into your Mac.
- If the app is downloaded from the internet, double-click on the downloaded file to open it.
- If the app is on a disc, double-click on the disc icon on your desktop and then double-click on the app icon to start the installation process.
- Follow the instructions provided by the installer to install the app on your Mac.
- Once the installation is complete, you can find the app in the Applications folder.
- Open the Finder window and click on the Applications folder.
- Locate the app you want to uninstall and drag it to the Trash icon in the Dock or right-click on the app and select “Move to Trash”.
- If the app requires a password to uninstall, you will be prompted to enter it.
- Once the app has been moved to the Trash, right-click on the Trash icon and select “Empty Trash” to permanently delete the app from your Mac.
Note: Some apps may come with their own uninstaller, which you can find in the app’s folder or by checking the app’s documentation. In that case, follow the instructions provided by the uninstaller to remove the app from your Mac.