How To Remove LogMeIn From A Mac

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.

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. In your Applications folder, drag the LogMeIn Client.app to the Trash and empty the trash.
  4. Back in your Applications folder, double click the LogMeIn Control Panel.app to open it.
  5. When it opens click the About button on the left
  6. 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.
  7. When you’re asked if you’re sure that you want to uninstall, click the Yes button.
  8. When prompted, type in your user account password.
  9. Wait 10 seconds or so, for the uninstall process to finish. 

That’s it. LogMeIn has been removed from your Mac.