I've been having some issues with my VMware Fusion application freezing certain VMs at random times, causing me to force shut down these VMs. That being said, I'm wanting to completely uninstall VMware Fusion 6 from my MacBook Pro (running OSX Mavericks). Just dragging it to the trash folder doesn't seem to do the trick. I want to remove it to where when I re-run the .dmg file, it goes back through the normal installation files. I've seen several articles about this, but none seem to be informative enough. Can someone assist me? Every time I follow guides on completely uninstalling VMware Fusion 6, I just run the .dmg file and VMware Fusion pops back up like it never went away. VMs and everything still in the library (and yes I've went through the whole ~/Library... etc. file removal stuff.