It is a common notion among Mac users that uninstalling iTunes is a hectic task. True, it is a hectic task as an effort to remove this application displays a message saying that the application is required by the system. Manual procedure to uninstall iTunes may fail however if the process is carried out with the help of Mac cleaner then it is a job of few seconds. All Mac users are thoroughly familiar with this application and it is popular application for acquiring all favorite movies, music, library and electronic books. It is not possible to remove it by dragging the application to trash bin. It needs to be followed a different procedure, which includes just three easy steps. It happens in case of Movavi Mac cleaner. Though the removal of iTunes is little tricky, it is successfully taken care by this Mac cleaner.
In order to uninstall ITunes it requires installing Movavi Mac cleaner. The instructions mentioned in the executable file should be clearly followed. Just a click on start cleaning will help to get rid of all stubborn applications and files including iTunes. The step two helps to list out the files and applications ready to be uninstalled. Now this process schedules the un-installation of applications including iTunes in the uninstaller menu. This music application is a preinstalled program so it has to be removed from OS X application menu. In fact no other cleaners can make the job so simple. Usually, users don’t wish to remove iTunes because this is a lovely movie and music application. It has a music library where in the user can queue up the songs to be played. This application also offers to create a favorite play list. This can be completely personalized for the advantage of personalized use. The music library can be locked with a password for avoiding external access.
Even after all these benefits, if some user likes to remove the application due to some emergency or unavoidable reasons then Mac cleaner can simplify the job for them. The Movavi Mac cleaner also helps to restore the information present in iTunes, which can be retrieved at the later stage.