How To Uninstall Safari DS

Step 1: Log into your Mac with an administrator account.

• If you are not logged in with an administrative account, you will be asked to enter a password when you try to delete something.

• To find out whether your account has admin rights, click on the Apple menu, select System Preferences, and then choose Users & Groups. Check that your account shows in the list as "Admin."


Step 2: Open your Applications folder.

• Browse for the program that you want to uninstall. Some programs are represented by a single icon, such as Firefox, while others are a folder of multiple icons, such as Microsoft Office.

• Programs can possibly found in other locations, such as the Desktop.


Step 3: Drag the program or folder of programs that you wish to delete to the Trash.

• When you release your chosen application over the bin, you will hear a sound effect that sounds like paper being scrunched up.

• You can quickly move selected programs to the trash by pressing Cmd + Del.

• The Trash acts as a safety buffer in case you delete anything by mistake. If you open the Trash, you can view its contents and drag items back out if required.


Step 4: Empty your Trash.

• Once you are certain that you will never need the program again, you can empty your Trash, which will free up space on your computer. To empty the Trash, right-click on the Trash icon, select "Empty Trash", and then click "Empty Trash" to confirm.

• You can quickly empty the trash by pressing Command + Shift + Del. If you don't want to be prompted for a confirmation, press Command + Shift + Option + Delete instead.

How To Remove Safari DS Browser Search Settings

1. Safari Preferences -

      a. Go to the “General” tab remove or change Homepage URL
      b. Go to the “Extensions” tab and Uninstall the extension