Have you used LogMeIn on your Mac? I used to use LogMeIn to provide remote support to some clients. Earlier this year I changed the way I offer remote support. Read more about that here.
Now that I no longer use LogMeIn, it should be uninstalled. Here are instructions on how to remove it.
- Click on the Finder icon on your Dock, to open a Finder window. The Dock is the row of icons that typically runs across the bottom of your Mac’s screen.
- On the Finder window, click on the word Applications. Applications typically appears in the Favorites section on the left-hand sidebar of the Finder window. Note: If you don’t have Applications listed then an alternative way to navigate to your Applications folder is to click on the Go menu and select Applications.
- In your Applications folder, drag the LogMeIn Client.app to the Trash and empty the trash.
- Back in your Applications folder, double click the LogMeIn Control Panel.app to open it.
- When it opens click the About button on the left
- On the right, click the Uninstall button. Note: If the uninstall button is greyed out this indicates that you’re using a non-administrator account. Logout and log back in to an account that has administrative access.
- When you’re asked if you’re sure that you want to uninstall, click the Yes button.
- When prompted, type in your user account password.
- Wait 10 seconds or so, for the uninstall process to finish.
That’s it. LogMeIn has been removed from your Mac.