August 16, 2018 - No Comments!

Easy Help to Uninstall MySQL Workbench on a Mac OS X

“I accidentally installed the PowerPC version of MySQL on my Intel Mac in Snow Leopard, and it installed without a problem but of course doesn't run properly. I just didn't pay enough attention. Now when I try to install the correct x86 version it says that it can't install because a newer version is already installed. A Google query led me to perform these actions/delete these files to uninstall it:

sudo rm /usr/local/mysql
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/mysql*
sudo rm -rf /Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM
sudo rm -rf /Library/PreferencePanes/MySQL*
rm -rf ~/Library/PreferencePanes/MySQL*
sudo rm -rf /Library/Receipts/mysql*
sudo rm -rf /Library/Receipts/MySQL*

And finally removed the line MYSQLCOM=-YES- from /etc/hostconfig

They haven't seemed to help at all. I am still receiving the same message about there being a newer version. I tried installing an even newer version (the current Beta) and it also gave me the same message about a newer version already being installed. I can't uninstall MySQL Workbench from the Prefs Pane because I never installed the PrefPane also.

So, how can I completely uninstall MySQL Workbench without any remaining left in hard drive of macOS? Can someone tell me how to do?”

There is proper way to easily get rid of the leftover in OS X of course, but you need to download a new tool, which automatically analysis & delete MySQL Workbench with easy steps.


Manually remove leftovers of MySQL Workbench

Usually, if you use the manual steps to remove MySQL Workbench, you need to do these:

To completely uninstall MySQL OS X it is neccessary to remove numerous files.

  • Open the Terminal
  • Use mysqldump to backup your databases
  • Check for MySQL processes with: ps -ax | grep mysql
  • Stop and kill any MySQL processes
  • Analyze MySQL on HomeBrew:

brew remove mysql
brew cleanup

  • Remove files:

sudo rm /usr/local/mysql
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/var/mysql
sudo rm -rf /usr/local/mysql*
sudo rm ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.mysql.plist
sudo rm -rf /Library/StartupItems/MySQLCOM
sudo rm -rf /Library/PreferencePanes/My*

  • Unload previous MySQL Auto-Login:

launchctl unload -w ~/Library/LaunchAgents/homebrew.mxcl.mysql.plist

  • Remove previous MySQL Configuration:

subl /etc/hostconfig`
# Remove the line MYSQLCOM=-YES-

  • Remove previous MySQL Preferences:

rm -rf ~/Library/PreferencePanes/My*
sudo rm -rf /Library/Receipts/mysql*
sudo rm -rf /Library/Receipts/MySQL*
sudo rm -rf /private/var/db/receipts/*mysql*

  • Restart your computer just to ensure any MySQL processes are killed
  • Try to run mysql, it shouldn't work

Easy Help to Uninstall MySQL Workbench on a Mac OS X

Much easier to completely uninstall MySQL Workbench

So, an easy helper to uninstall MySQL Workbench is quite needed to solve this problem, because not many users can easily or successfully get rid of this thing without any trouble.

Osx uninstaller is a Quick & Efficient removal tool in daily using of macOS, it will only take couple of minutes to deal with the unwanted targets when it has to be. Only in couple of clicks, it uninstalls MySQL Workbench with all leftovers in a minute, follow the instruction to easily get rid of MySQL Workbench for Mac.

Now, follow the easy steps to run removal:

  • Step 1. Select MySQL Workbench which you need to remove in the list, easily hit Run analysis button;
  • Step 2. Then, the uninstaller will analysis the target app as fast as in a few seconds later, click the button “Complete Uninstall” when all the related folders and flies appeared in the list;
  • Step 3. The tool will easily delete all the related folders and flies scanned in Step 2, now press Back to Step 1 and click Refresh, MySQL Workbench is gone from the list.

See, how it could be that simple to uninstall MySQL on OS X without any leftovers, Osx tells you anything can be so easy to remove any unwanted applications.

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August 16, 2018 - No Comments!

The 2018 iPhones Rumors to Offer Apple Pencil Support, 512 GB Storage Option

According to a new report from market research TrendForce, two new iPhones with OLED screens this year will likely add features to supports Apple Pencil. Apple Pencil is an intelligent stylus that supports pressure sensors, and its performance design is very powerful, which can be used to draw and paint to different degrees according to the strength. Support the use of two tablets: iPad 2018 and Pro.

The 2018 iPhones rumors to offer Apple Pencil support, 512GB storage option

If the rumors are legit, the iPhone 9 will be Apple's 'entry-level' offering and will pack an iPhone X-a-like 6.1in LCD screen with room up top for Face ID. The so-called iPhone 11 and 11 Plus, also referred to as the iPhone X2 and iPhone X Plus, will sport 5.8in and 6.5 OLED displays, respectively, with rumors also pointing to souped-up camera setups, an upgraded 7nm A11 CPU, and a brand new USB-C charger.

If is true, the feature to support Apple Pencil could make Apple be more competitive, and it could upset the price, too. Actually, earlier in 2016, Apple had applied the related patent, that is, the uses could use Apple Pencil to edit functions like video or send messages.

Now, take a look on that’s new in 2018 iPhones:

Release date

Apple's 2018 iPhones will, if past launched are anything to go by, will make their official debut in September. Last year's iPhones were unveiled on 15 September and went on sale the following week on 22 September.


According to rumours, the iPhone 9 will be the most-affordable in Apple's 2018 iPhones. Apple guru Ming-Chi Kuo expects the smartphone to retail for $600-$700 (around £450-£530).
There's no word yet as to how much the iPhone 11 or 11 Plus will fetch at launch, but if anything like last year's iPhone X, don't expect them to be cheap.

Latest news

15/8/18: Apple's 2018 iPhones will offer Apple Pencil support and up to 512GB built-in storage, according to research firm TrendForce.
It's unclear whether these features, similar to those found on Samsung's newly-launched Galaxy Note 9, will be available on all three incoming iPhones or reserved for Apple's higher-end OLED models.

These OLED models will, unsurprisingly, be more expensive than the "budget" 6.1in LCD iPhone 9, which Trendforce expects to have a starting price of around $699 to $749. The so-called iPhone X (2018) and iPhone X Plus will have starting prices of $899 to $949 and $999, respectively, according to the research firm.

The report confirms that the two OLED models are already assembled, while the budget LCD model will begin assembly in mid-September, in line with the smartphones' rumoured September and October release dates, respectively.

14/8/18: Yet another video showing off Apple's 2018 iPhones has cropped up on YouTube (below), courtesy of DetroitBORG. The seven-minute video shows off new dummy units obtained by Sonny Dickson, and refers to the incoming devices as the iPhone 9, iPhone X (2018) and iPhone X Plus. The clip doesn't have many surprises in store, but the "fairly accurate" models show that all three new iPhones will feature a notched design to accommodate Face ID. The 'cheap' LCD iPhone 9 will sport a single-lens camera on its rear, while its presumaly more expensive siblings will retain the iPhone X's dual camera system.