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How to uninstall Revu Mac
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How to Uninstall and Unregister Bluebeam Revu for Mac


1. From the Help Menu, Select “Unregister”

This will unregister your license from the Bluebeam Servers.

It’s important to perform the unregister process before uninstalling.  Otherwise, although you’ve unregistered Revu Mac, the program will still show as registered on Bluebeam’s servers.  Then when you attempt to register on another machine, you get the message that you are already regsitered somewhere else.

How to Uninstall and Unregister Bluebeam Revu for Mac

From the Help Menu Select “Unregister”

 

2. Find Revu.app in your Applications Folder and move to Trash

Right click on Revu.app and then “Move to Trash”

Find Revu.app in your Applications Folder and move to Trash

Find Revu.app in your Applications Folder and move to Trash

 

3. Another method you can use, instead of step 2 above for removing Revu Mac is with this free app named AppCleaner

We’ve been using AppCleaner for a while now and are happy with the results and more “Complete” uninstall methods.  In the image below, you’ll see that several dependency file are removed along with Revu.app


AppCleaner
is a small application which allows you to thoroughly uninstall unwanted apps.  Installing an application distributes many files throughout your System using space of your Hard Drive. AppCleaner finds all these small files and safely deletes them.  Simply drop an application onto the AppCleaner window. It will find for the related files and you can delete them by clicking the delete button.

Using AppCleaner to remove Revu Mac

Using AppCleaner to remove Revu Mac

 

For more information on removing program from your Mac, visit OS X Yosemite: Install, update, and uninstall apps

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