Moving the app to the Trash (Bin) helps uninstall some apps. If you want to bypass this method, you can delete apps through Finder or Launchpad. This action is equivalent to dragging the app to the Bin.
If you've been hit with the above error message examples, you need to force quit the app that is currently using the file before you can successfully delete that file. Chances are that you can hardly identify which application is taking up the file, you may want to quit all apps instead. Here's how you can force quit the app(s) and delete the file.
2. Once you've found the app you want to delete, click and hold the app until apps start to jiggle. If you downloaded an app from the App Store, a small "X" icon will appear on the app's top-left corner.
When the deleted app was pre-installed on your Mac when you bought it, and you cannot find it in the App Store, you can restore it from your installation medium. But, some apps cannot be installed directly from the installation medium; in that case, you need an installer. Download and install an appropriate installer and then connect the installation medium. After that, you should be able to extract and install the app that you want from the installation medium.
iTunes and iCloud are magic apps. In addition to their essential functions, these apps let you take complete backups of your data from which you can restore anything. Just open iTunes on your Mac and click on the Apps tab from the sidebar. After that, locate the app that got deleted and click on the install button next to it. 2b1af7f3a8