This is probably an incredibly stupid question, but I'd like to know if I'm deleting files off my PowerBook G4 properly. I recall on a PC, when a file is downloaded (let's say, for example, a computer game), remnants of the file are left on the computer and a search has to be done in order to delete all of the remaining files, as well as using something called Remove/Add or whatever it was called to make sure every bit of the file is gone. Seems a bit of a hassle no? Anyways, when I want to remove a file from my PowerBook (using, again, the example of a video game, though I have never actually put a game on this computer), I just do a quick search in Finder and delete anything that has to do with the file. Is this correct, or is there a better way?