How to Uninstall Lockdown Browser on Mac

Charlotte Daniels

Mac, Tutorials

Are you finding it difficult to uninstall Lockdown Browser on your Mac? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!

In this step-by-step tutorial, we will guide you through the process of removing Lockdown Browser from your Mac system. So, let’s get started!

Step 1: Quit Lockdown Browser

Before uninstalling Lockdown Browser, make sure it is not running in the background. To quit the application, simply click on the “Lockdown Browser” menu in the top left corner of your screen and select “Quit Lockdown Browser”.

Step 2: Remove Lockdown Browser from Applications

To uninstall Lockdown Browser from your Mac, follow these steps:

  • Open Finder: Click on the Finder icon in your Dock or press Command + Space and type “Finder” in Spotlight.
  • Navigate to Applications: In the left sidebar of Finder, click on “Applications” to open the Applications folder.
  • Locate Lockdown Browser: Scroll through the list of applications and find “Lockdown Browser”.
  • Move to Trash: Drag and drop the Lockdown Browser icon into the Trash bin located at the end of your Dock.

Step 3: Remove Additional Files

To ensure a complete uninstallation, it is recommended to remove any additional files associated with Lockdown Browser. Here’s how:

  • Open Finder: Launch Finder using the same method as described in Step 2.
  • Select Go to Folder: Click on “Go” in the menu bar, then choose “Go to Folder”.
  • Enter Library Path: In the dialog box, type “~/Library” (without quotes) and press Enter.
  • Navigate to Application Support: Open the “Application Support” folder and locate the “Lockdown Browser” folder.
  • Delete Lockdown Browser Folder: Move the “Lockdown Browser” folder to Trash.

Step 4: Empty Trash

To complete the uninstallation process, empty your Trash. Here’s how:

  • Right-click on Trash Bin: Control-click or right-click on the Trash bin icon in your Dock.
  • Select Empty Trash: From the context menu, choose “Empty Trash”.
  • Note: Once you empty your Trash, all files inside will be permanently deleted. So make sure you don’t have any important files in there.

Congratulations! You’ve successfully uninstalled Lockdown Browser from your Mac!

We hope this tutorial has been helpful to you. If you ever need to reinstall Lockdown Browser or have any other questions, feel free to refer to our other tutorials or contact Lockdown Browser support. Happy computing!

Android - iPhone - Mac

 © 2023 UI-Transitions

Privacy Policy