I need alps apple touch driver for my laptop

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Hi ,

I am using an Apple MacBook pro. I am facing problem with my touch pad. I think I have to re-install it. I am looking for alps apple touch driver. I don’t know how to manually uninstall it. How can I remove my problem? Thanks for your help in advance.

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Best Answer by Jeremy J McPhail
Answered By 0 points N/A #166869

I need alps apple touch driver for my laptop

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Hello, Abel. There are many ways for uninstalling any software from Mac Book. One of the best is "Orbit Uninstaller". I think you can try this. It's very simple to use as well as you can ensure that each and every portion of the backdated software has been removed by this software. At the same time, your laptop's registry will be cleaned. Best of luck!

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I need alps apple touch driver for my laptop

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Hey Abel,

Manually uninstalling things can be problematic sometimes, but nothing to be  worried as there are lots of utility software available. Right now I can recollect few of them like AppCleaner (download Link), Its very easy to use as you just have to click and drag the app you want to uninstall into the AppCleaner's window. Appcleaner is a free app whereas some other paid apps are also there Appzapper, AppDelete, CleanApp etc.

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I need alps apple touch driver for my laptop

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Hello, Abel

Hope you are fine, let’s try this way to solve your problem.

Instead of uninstalling a program, you can easily "trash" to remove your desired program from your MacBook Pro. It can be done through the steps below

At first you need to click Finder located at  the top left of the OS X desktop. Now  select Applications you want to remove.

Now look for the Applications and find the folder of the program that you want to uninstall.

Then drag the program folder that you want to uninstall to the Trash the program that you want to uninstall by dragging it into trash icon. You will find it at the OS X application dock.

Now click Spotlight. It is represented by a magnifying glass icon. You will find it at the top right corner of the OS X desktop, then Enter the name of the program in the search box. Click the "Search" button. Now OS X will automatically search your hard drive. It will find out any remaining files associated with the program you uninstalled. If it finds then remove them by dragging files into the Trash.

Now Press and hold the Ctrl key. Then click the Trash icon to make it Empty.

Restart your MacBook pro and complete the uninstall process.

Hope your problem will be solved through this way.

Best of luck!

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