I had been trialling VMWare Fusion on the Mac, and although it was working fine, I decided not to pay the money and keep using it as I found SUN’s free VirtualBox software and decided to give that a whirl instead.
I wanted to remove all traces of VMWare Fusion as I like to keep all of my computers as uncluttered as possible, and here is the best way of doing it.
1 Power off all running virtual machines, and quit VMware Fusion.
2 In the Finder, open the folder Macintosh HD/Library/Application
Support/VMware Fusion, and double-click Uninstall Vmware Fusion.
3 When you are prompted to confirm, click Uninstall.
4 Enter your administrative password to begin the uninstallation.
When the uninstallation is complete, a confirmation message is displayed.
If you want to remove your licenced version of Adobe CS3 to another Mac, here is the way to do it.
First load up one of the Adobe products, then go the Help menu > Deactivate and following the on screen instructions. Make sure you do this first so that the licence can be used again.
The next step to safely uninstall on Mac OS X is double-click the product installer in ApplicationsUtilitiesAdobe Installers. You will need to authenticate as an administrator, then select Remove Components and follow the on-screen instructions
I had this issue on a Macbook Air that I was playing with today. The Bluetooth mouse had stopped working, and after checking the batteries etc, decided it must be an issue on the Mac itself. I had a look around and tried to find a fix but sadly, just like any old trusty Windows system, a reboot was the simple fix for this problem. Mac users tout about how stable the platform is, but in reality it is just as stable, or unstable as Windows can be. I also have to run updates on the Mac’s around the place just as often as the Windows boxes..