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How to Uninstall LiveEdit from macOS

If you need to uninstall LiveEdit from your macOS for any reason, follow the steps below to remove the application and its associated files from your system. We will use AppCleaner, a free tool that can help you remove applications and their related files more thoroughly.

Step 1: Download and Install AppCleaner

  1. Visit the AppCleaner official website at
  2. Download the latest version of AppCleaner suitable for your macOS.
  3. Open the downloaded file and drag the AppCleaner icon to your Applications folder to install it.

Step 2: Use AppCleaner to Remove LiveEdit

  1. Open AppCleaner from your Applications folder.
  2. In the search box of AppCleaner, type "LiveEdit" to find the application.
  3. AppCleaner will search for all files associated with LiveEdit. Once it presents you with the list, check to ensure all related files are selected.
  4. Click on the "Remove" button to delete LiveEdit and its associated files from your system.

Step 3: Remove LiveEdit from Accessibility

Sometimes, applications like LiveEdit may have permissions that need to be removed manually from the system settings.

  1. Go to the Apple menu and open "System Settings" or "System Preferences," depending on your version of macOS.
  2. Click on "Privacy & Security."
  3. Scroll down to the "Accessibility" section on the left side.
  4. If you see LiveEdit listed on the right side, select it and then click the minus (-) button to remove it from the list.

Step 4: Final Checks

  1. Empty your Trash to make sure all the removed files are not taking up space on your Mac.
  2. Restart your Mac to ensure all processes related to LiveEdit are fully terminated.

With these steps, you should be able to completely uninstall LiveEdit from your macOS system. If you encounter any issues, make sure you have administrative privileges on your Mac as some files may require these permissions to be deleted.

How to Uninstall LiveEdit from Windows

If you need to remove LiveEdit from your Windows computer, you should follow a two-step process. First, you'll uninstall the application through the Control Panel, and then you'll manually remove any residual files from the AppData folders. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

Step 1: Uninstall LiveEdit Using Control Panel

  1. Press the `Windows key` on your keyboard or click on the Start menu.
  2. Type `Control Panel` and press Enter or click on the Control Panel app to open it.
  3. Once the Control Panel is open, look for “Programs” and click on “Uninstall a program” under it.
    - If your Control Panel is in Category view, you might need to click on "Programs and Features."
  4. Scroll through the list of installed programs and find “LiveEdit.”
  5. Click on “LiveEdit” to select it and then click on the “Uninstall” button above the list.
  6. Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the uninstallation process.

Step 2: Remove Remaining LiveEdit Files from AppData

Even after uninstallation, some programs leave behind residual files in the AppData folders. Here’s how to remove them:

  1. Open a File Explorer window. You can do this by pressing `Windows key + E` or right-clicking the Start button and selecting “File Explorer”.
  2. In the address bar at the top of the File Explorer window, type `%AppData%` and press Enter. This will take you to the roaming AppData folder.
  3. Look for the “LiveEdit” folder within the Roaming directory. If you find it, right-click on it and select “Delete” to remove it.
  4. Now, go to the Local AppData folder. In the File Explorer address bar, type `%LocalAppData%` and press Enter.
  5. Similarly, look for the “LiveEdit” folder and delete it if it exists.

Step 3: Clearing Temporary Files (Optional)

To ensure that all temporary files associated with LiveEdit are removed:

  1. Press `Windows key + R` to open the Run dialog box.
  2. Type `%temp%` and press Enter. This will open the folder containing temporary files.
  3. You can delete any files here that are associated with LiveEdit. However, be careful not to delete files that are being used by other programs.

Step 4: Restart Your Computer

After you have followed these steps, restart your computer to make sure all LiveEdit services are completely stopped and all temporary files are removed.

Please ensure you have administrative rights when performing these actions, as some steps may require such privileges. If you encounter any issues during the uninstallation, it may be helpful to use third-party software uninstallation tools that can remove leftover files and registry entries. However, be cautious with third-party tools and only use reputable ones to avoid potential system issues.

Reinstallation (Optional)

If you wish to reinstall LiveEdit after the uninstallation, simply download the latest version from the official website and follow the installation instructions provided there.


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