Have owned a Mac for only 17 intense days, but I have learned a lot . . . . thanks in large measure to the help I have received on this Forum. Thank you. One frustrating item is the removal of applications. Being new to this machine I have searched for several applications that were useful on the PC. I have downloaded several similar Mac programs but kept only a couple of them. I thought that UNinstall was just a matter of dragging the application icon to the trash. Not so. I downloaded "Journler," a personal journal program, but decided not to keep it. Dragged the application icon to the trash; thought I was done. Since then I continue to find remnants of that program all over my computer. Just found another two this afternoon. As most of you know, Windows has an UNinstaller built into the operating system. Granted, it does not always work, but it is pretty good in the current version of XP. It seems to me that such a function is needed in OSX. I wonder if Leopard will include this helpful feature ? ? ? I would think that there are only so many places for an application to hide its component parts. Does anyone know if there is a written process for removing all parts of a given program?