Removing apps from Mac computer systems is easy. Simply, drag the application’s icon to the Trash. However, there are few applications, that stored its dependency external their package and finding them might require some investigation. One such application is Parallels Desktop, a favored app that facilitates you run Windows on Mac.
Uninstall ‘Parallels Desktop’ is a bit tricky. You can’t immediately uninstall parallel software from the application. First, you need to delete the windows setting up file, before you eliminate the app. Let’s see the way to do it.
Follow the steps.
1. Examine your Mac storage. To do so, click at the Apple menu, choose About This Mac. A brand new window will pop up. Click on Storage. Mine shows, 3.17 GB available. Let’s unencumber some space.
2. Open ‘Parallels Desktop’ app from the highlight or Mac Launchpad, if it’s no longer already open.
3. The app is generally configured to load Windows, when you open it. If the Home windows is running, we ought to shut it down first. To do so, use the app menu selection which you ordinarily get at the top-right on Mac and search for to ‘Shutdown’ option.
Next, search for an option to open Manage Center from an analogous top right menu. A new window will open that appears like the image below, right-click at the equipment icon and click on on remove.
4. It will ask you to verify deleting the home windows file, click on on Move to trash.
5. Now head over to trash, you’ll uncover an18.84 GB Windows iso file here. Empty the trash.
6. And that’s it. If you investigate your Mac storage now, you’ll see meaningful free space. Mine says 26.28 GB available.
From here, if you would like to maintain the Parrell Software, you could simply let or not it’s or head over to Application page and delete the software. You’ve gotten to restart your laptop after that.