I'm trying to uninstall Parallels completely from macOS High Sierra. I removed everything from the disk except some Parallels extensions that are stored under /Library/StagedExtensions/Parallel Desktop.app. I think the location has to do with user approved extensions, but I'd like to find a way to remove/uninstall those too. Note: When you delete a built-in app from your Home Screen, you also delete any related user data and configuration files. Removing built-in apps from your Home Screen can affect other system functionality. See the Apple Support article Delete built-in Apple apps on your iOS 12, iOS 13, or iPadOS device or Apple Watch. Open Launchpad on your Mac. This can be done by clicking the Launchpad icon on your Dock, tapping F4 in the function row, or performing a four-finger pinch on your Mac's trackpad. Find the app downloaded from the Mac App Store that you want to remove. Click and hold on the app's icon until it enters jiggly mode. While the entry says F12(Eject) to Forward Delete/Insert, I found that on my keyboard it was the dedicated 'Eject' key that was turned into the Delete/Insert key. My keyboard has a separate F12 and a separate Eject key, so it was the fn+Eject key that functioned as an Insert key.Article ID = 136
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You can configure simple key mappings from GUI.
There are many powerful, predefined rules.
You can import them from the Internet.
You can write your own rules if you want to modify existence rules or create new rules from scratch.