I heard once that simply dragging the app to the trash does it, but I know better. AppCleaner and other software will remove some of the associated files. When I first got the computer I downloaded a piece of trialware and installed it. I didnt like it and found that the email basket of mail did a better job for free then this personal organizer did. After doubting that a third-party uninstaller could work properly without staying resident in memory and monitoring installation, I tested it by reinstalling my trial. Surprise, AppCleaner did not fully uninstall the software as data on my system must have been modified at installation and not returned. Can someone point me toward a solution that completely removes software? Or at least describe the architectural system employed to scatter this data on my computer?