Joyce M Cody
Firstly you have to log in your Mac as root administration permission. If it is your MacBook, it is possible you are already administration login.
Many User and developers say Mac Keeper is poorly developed software. Their developer tries very hard to make it better. So it requires you to remove Mac Keeper altogether.
Mac needs you to Quit MacKeeper first before deleting. If it is not closed, you can get a report saying: “The item “MacKeeper” cannot remove because it’s open.”
Again, a warning: if you have used MacKeeper’s encryption feature, be sure to unencrypt before you uninstall MacKeeper.
You must also check any personal files save in /Documents/MacKeeper are Backups.
- This reply was modified 2 weeks, 4 days ago by Yvonne Nymann Bruun-Schultz.