Crossover installs Windows applications into "bottles", which are simulated Windows environments. In order to delete a Windows application in Crossover, you'll need to delete the bottle that contains the application. It is not possible to remove an application safely from a bottle while keeping that bottle intact.
To delete a bottle go to Crossover's Manage Bottles menu. Select the bottle you wish to delete, and click on the "Remove" key:
A message will pop up to warn you of what you are about to do. Choose "delete"
The bottle will then report that it is shutting down, and will disappear presently from the Manage Bottles menu, at which point it will be deleted.
Last modified on 2015-12-10 17:07:36 by Vince Lund
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