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Want to reinstall x-plane 10 on Mac but it says it has already been installed. Using the finder app I can't find it. It shows I have two copies installed. One on the desktop and one in the volume dircectory. I can't find either one. How do I find them and delete them so I can reinstall and have only one copy on my Mac computer.

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To find your copy of X-Plane you can select  "Add or Remove Scenery" in your X-Plane 10 Installer and you will see installed instances of X-Plane. The X‑Plane installer does not infest your hard drive with shortcuts and directories. Therefore, all it takes to uninstall the program is to delete the X‑Plane installation folder (located by default on the Desktop) by dragging it to the Recycle Bin or Trash. After you empty the Recycle Bin/Trash, the program will be removed completely from your hard drive.