Post Profile

How to remove Snapz Pro in macOS Sierra

While I’m not sure of the installed base of Snapz Pro, to judge by the email I’ve received and Twitter comments about it since macOS Sierra shipped, a reasonable number of people installed it at some point in the past, as previous releases don’t interact well with Sierra. Coupled with this, the removal instructions on Ambrosia Software’s Web site, a firm that isn’t releasing new software, but continues to put out compatibility upgrades of Snapz Pro, refers to a 2012 uninstaller app that no longer helps.
read more

See more about: macOS Sierra

Related Posts

Apple taking auto download feature on macOS Sierra live today

Technology / Apple : Apple Insider

Starting today, Apple will push macOS Sierra to prospective upgraders on older versions of OS X, as well as downloads for point updates for users already on Sierra -- but won't install anything without explicit permission from the u...

How to solve an app blocking your screen when your Mac hasn’t crashed

Technology / Apple : Macworld

After upgrading to macOS Sierra and restarting my Mac, everything came up normally—except for Snapz Pro, a venerable screen-capture program that I had updated to the latest version (2.6.0), but should probably have disabled out of c...

Apple announces macOS Sierra at WWDC with Apple Pay, Auto Unlock, Universal Clipboard and more

Technology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

At WWDC, Apple has unveiled the next update to OS X for Macs, branded as macOS Sierra.  The update will ship in the fall. macOS Sierra includes Auto Unlock functionality which automatically unlocks your laptops and desktop if in pro...

How-To: create a macOS Sierra USB install drive [Video]

Technology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

If you want the ability to perform a fresh and clean install of macOS Sierra, then you should consider creating a macOS Sierra USB install disk. Not only will this walkthrough work for the macOS Sierra Developer Preview, but it will...

macOS Sierra public beta will be available today

Technology : Mashable: Tech

Mac users will be able to install the first public beta of macOS Sierra on Thursday. The release comes two days after Apple released its second developer preview of macOS Sierra. SEE ALSO: What it's like to use Apple macOS Sierra To...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC