Hello everyone, I am new to macintosh, And yesterday I installed Chrome on my Macbook pro. Today I decided to uninstall it as I didn't really find it useful. But the problem is I didn't understand Whats the right way to uninstall software in a way that it really deletes all the data of the software and return the OS to the situation it was before installing it. I saw the option of just dragging the app from the Applications list on Finder to the trash, and I tried that but it seems as it doesn't really do too much in the background, am I right? In addition When I installed the Chrome I noticed it also added "Google Drive", "YouTube", "Google Search" and "Gmail" to the Launchpad and when I dragged the Chrome to the Trash it didn't remove them as well. Nad they don't even appear in the Applications list on Finder. And can not be removed to the trash by dragging them from the launchpad to trash, And can not be removed by pressing on them a long press as they don't have a X sign next to them as the rest do. What can I do to just remove them? How in the world can I just uninstall software in a way the Mac returns to how it was before installing it. Thanks for the help.