Not sure how to uninstall X-Assist on your Mac? Or cannot totally remove its files from the computer? Sometimes it is a hassle for the people to erase the program on the macOS, and the following removing instructions will be helpful for those who want to complete remove X-Assist on their Macs.

Occasions you would need to uninstall X-Assist

Have problems to remove it? Don't worry

Although more and more people in nowadays using the Mackintosh computer, there are still a lot of people are not so clear about the operations and uses of the Mac, including the correct way to uninstall a program. Deleting a program from Mac could be easy, and also difficult, easy because it just needs the user to drag the unwanted application to the Trash; and difficult is because simply trashing the program cannot effectively or completely remove many applications on the computer.

If you have such questions about the way to uninstall X-Assist, you will need to read the removing instructions below carefully.

How to delete and uninstall X-Assist completely in a right way

Step 1: stop X-Assist running on the Mac

Exit the app from the Dock

Stop its background running process on Activity Monitor

Step 2: remove the program from Mac

There are generally three ways available for you to uninstall X-Assist from Mac, but different removal way would take different time and bring different result after the standard removal, among which the first two ways are the conventional ones that many people often choose to delete the program they want, but there are some problems will be caused by the removal, and people need to perform additional removing job to clean its leftovers files from the hard disk.

Option 1 - Trash X-Assist

Option 2 - Uninstall X-Assist with its uninstall feature

There are some applications contain a specific uninstall feature that allow the user to remove the app itself, so you can go to see if there is such an uninstall process of X-Assist, and launch it to perform the program removal with the removing prompts.

Where can we find the uninstall process

Option 3 - Take Osx Uninstaller to perform the removal

Taking a professional uninstall tool can perform an automatic removal for the unwanted app, and people can complete the removal in a relatively short time while compare to the traditional removal ways, additionally, they won't miss any file or data and return you a thorough removal for the unwanted application.

Step 3: clean leftovers on the hard drive if taking the traditional removal

Different from the complete removal performed by the advanced Mac uninstall tool, if you choose to uninstall X-Assist to the Trash or with its uninstall feature, there are still files you need to removed after conducting the standard removal with the above removing instructions. This is because uninstalling an application completely is more than just taking the above manual removing steps, many files and data will be left on your hard drive and require you to clean up manually. So, after dragging X-Assist to the Trash or removing it with its uninstall feature, you should find out its leftovers junk files and delete them thoroughly.

General leftovers after the conventional removal

User's Library is a common place that store the installed applications' bundles and files, such as the support files, caches and logs, and they usually stay in these folders inside the Library:

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