Apple has a software problem(mattwilcox.net)

almost 8 years ago from William Bout, Designer & Developer

  • Kevin MartinKevin Martin, almost 8 years ago

    If you're the root user of your machine, you can do anything. You can actually remove all the default apps. Simply navigate to the applications directory using the terminal, sudo rm -rf Safari, type your password when prompted, and poof Safari is gone. Using sudo is powerful, and I suggest using it only once you understand the ins and outs of how computers really work.

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