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How to completely remove TechTracker from my Mac (El Capitan)?

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How to completely remove TechTracker from my Mac (El Capitan)? No longer listed in my Applications, but still appears on tool bar and slows down my Mac.

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You can use Terminal to completely remove an application from your computer. Use the Finder and look for Terminal. Start it and type mdfind -name "application name". In the application name, type CNET. After all the results related to CNET are displayed, use the following command: sudo rm -rif PATH. Replace PATH with the search results from previous command. Reboot after this operation, and the CNET will be removed from your Mac.

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