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Apps with dmg on Mac. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. AppCleaner found 12 files with a total size of 85,7 MB. App Cleaner & Uninstaller PRO found 149 files with total size of 167.9 MB. While AppCleaner showed a total size 85,7 MB, App Cleaner & Uninstaller Pro found far more support files that added up to be 167.9 MB.

Students, staff, and faculty can install or remove programs on a computer running on macOS.

  1. It’s called CitrixReceiver.dmg or CitrixReceiverWeb.dmg. If it’s not there anymore (which is quite likely), go to Citrix website and download the installation client for Mac from there. Double-click the CitrixReceiver.dmg (CitrixReceiverWeb.dmg) file. Once the disk image is mounted and opened, select the option that says Uninstall Citrix.
  2. AppCleaner for Mac is a small and very easy-to-use application for removing unwanted application from your Mac with a click of a button, enabling users to safely maintain integrity of the operating system without fear that some core service will be damaged or that some remnant files will remain on your hard drive, wasting precious storage space.

Adding a Program

Using the App Store

  1. The App Store can be accessed by clicking on the App Store icon in the Dock or in the Applications Folder.
  2. Once the App Store is open, log in using iTunes credentials (Apple ID) and select the app you wish to install; you can search for an app using the search bar at the top right.

Using a Third-Party Program

Once a program has been downloaded or a CD has been inserted, a .dmg file should appear on the desktop. To add a program,

  1. Double-click on the .dmg file. A window should appear showing the program you are installing and the Applications Folder.
  2. Drag the program into the Applications Folder; macOS will automatically install the software for you.

Some programs may not be available as a .dmg file. In this case, the Application File will appear in the Downloads folder if you are downloading from a website. Drag the file into the Applications Folder directly to install it.

Some applications (like Microsoft Office) have installers. The installer will come as a .pkg file. Double-click this file and the installer will guide you through the installation process.

Installing Software from an Unverified Developer

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  1. Navigate to System Preferences.
  2. Click on Security & Privacy.
  3. Select the General tab. The Application Title was blocked from opening because it is not from an identified developer message will appear.
  4. Press the Open Anyway button.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the application.

Removing a Program

Using the Built-In Uninstaller

  1. Sometimes programs come with built-in uninstallers. Be sure to look for them when you need to uninstall a program. These are usually located in the Applications folder.
  2. After initializing the uninstaller, follow the on-screen prompts to uninstall the program.

Manually Removing a Program

Programs installed via both third-party applications and from the Mac App Store can be removed manually. This method will leave preference files from the software on the computer and will only remove the program itself.

  1. Navigate to the Applications Folder.
  2. Drag the folder of the program you wish to delete to the Trash on the dock.

Using a Third-Party Utility

This procedure will allow you to uninstall the application and any leftover files.

  1. Download the AppCleaner application.
  2. Open AppCleaner.
  3. Drag the application you wish to uninstall into the AppCleaner window from the Applications Folder.
  4. Check all boxes.
  5. Press the Delete button.

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Appcleaner Dmg Converter

For every software that you wish to deploy using Desktop Central, a package should be created. The package contains the details of the software application, its installation location and the installation/uninstallation commands. The packages once created can be used to deploy software to any number of computers later. The software application, which needs to be deployed to target computers should be uploaded to a particular location. This should be accessible only via 'HTTP share'. 'Network Share' is not applicable for Mac, unlike Windows. Administrators should specify the HTTP path while creating a software package.

Installables can be uploaded only in .dmg format. If you want to upload the installable, which is in .pkg/.mpkg /.app format or upload more than one installable, then it should be compressed and uploaded in .zip, .tar, .gz, .bz2, .tgz, .tbz or .dmg format.

Creating Software Package with Single File

Creating a package to install with a single installable file is very easy. Follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Navigate to Software Deployment -> Add Packages -> Mac.

  2. Specify a name for the Package and provide the details of the package for your personal reference.

  3. Click Installation tab

  4. Click Browse, under Upload Files upload the installable (software application) that needs to be deployed to the target computers. The installable should be in .pkg/.mpkg or .app format.

You have successfully created a package with a single installation file.

Creating Software Package with Multiple Files

The steps to create a package with multiple files, is the same like creating a package with single installation file. some software applications like Office, would require more than one installation file, in such cases administrators can upload the installable files in .zip, .tar, .gz, .bz2, .tgz, .tbz or .dmg format. These files will be extracted to identify the .pkg/.mpkg or .app files. these files are the same like

Using Installation Commands

Administrators can use installation commands if they want to customize the installation or change the default installation location. If installation command is not specified, then the software application will be installed using the default installation commands. The following are examples, of how commands can be used to change the default installation location:

For pkg: installer -pkg '/Volumes/Wireshark/Wireshark 1.10.0 Intel 64.pkg -target '/Volumes/Drive1'
For app: ditto '/Volumes/Appcleaner/appcleaner.app' '/TargetPath/appcleaner.app'

If you are uploading the installable in compressed format, then you can specify only the installable's name in the installation command.

Uninstalling a Software

A software can be removed by specifying the appropriate installed location. If there is more than one file that needs to be removed, then you can add more than one location or use a script for uninstallation. Uninstallation command can be specified under, 'Advanced Options'. If you write a script of your own, then it is recommended to test it, before it is added to the software package.

Scripts can be uploaded in .sh (shell script), .scpt(Apple Script), .pl(Perl Script), .py(Phyton Script) formats.

Removing Software for All Users

Remove a software for all users by using the command as mentioned below:
'/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome'

The above is a sample command to remove 'Google Chrome'for all users.

Removing Software for Specific Users

Remove a software for a specific users by using the command as mentioned below:
'/Users/user1/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome'
The above is a sample command to remove 'Google Chrome'for a specific user 'user1'.

Removing Software for the Currently Logged-in User

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Remove a software for the currently logged on users by using the command as mentioned below:
'/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome'

Removing Software with Preferences

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A software can be removed with its preferences. If there is more than one file that needs to be removed, then you can specify more than one location of the file/folder which needs to be removed or use a script for uninstallation. The shell script below is an example for an uninstallation script, used to remove a software application with its dependent files from multiple computers. Most vendors provide the script for uninstallation, if you write a script of your own, then it is recommended to test it before it is added to the software package.
Sample Script to Remove Office and its dependent files/folders from multiple computers

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#!/bin/sh
osascript -e 'tell application 'Microsoft Database Daemon' to quit'
rm -R '/Applications/Microsoft Communicator.app/'
rm -R '/Applications/Microsoft Messenger.app/'
rm -R '/Applications/Microsoft Office 2011/'
rm -R '/Applications/Remote Desktop Connection.app/'
rm -R '/Library/Application Support/Microsoft/'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/*Excel*'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/*Office*'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/*Outlook*'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/*PowerPoint*'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/*Word*'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/Add New Sheet to Workbooks.action'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/Create List from Data in Workbook.action'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/Create Table from Data in Workbook.action'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/Get Parent Presentations of Slides.action'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/Get Parent Workbooks.action'
rm -R '/Library/Automator/Set Document Settings.action'
rm -R '/Library/Fonts/Microsoft/'
rm -R '/Library/Internet Plug-Ins/*SharePoint*'
rm -R '/Library/LaunchDaemons/*Microsoft*'
rm -R '/Library/Preferences/*Microsoft*'
rm -R '/Library/PrivilegedHelperTools/*Microsoft*'
OFFICERECEIPTS=$(pkgutil --pkgs=com.microsoft.office*)
for ARECEIPT in $OFFICERECEIPTS
do
pkgutil --forget $ARECEIPT
done