Real Player is a third-party software program that plays audio and video files. QuickTime and Apple's iTunes make Real Player redundant in Mac OS X. Both applications are optimised for OS X and play both music and video. Deleting Real Player frees disk space for memory-hungry photos, video and music files. Erasing files in user-friendly OS X takes nothing more than a few keyboard and mouse or trackpad clicks and can be done by anyone with rudimentary computer skills.
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Select "Finder" in the Dock, or click any open space on the desktop to access the "Finder."
Select "Applications" from the "Places" menu on the left side of the finder.
Select Real Player by moving the highlight shadow with the keyboard's arrow keys.
Press "Command/Apple" and "Delete" simultaneously to move Real Player to Trash. Select "Empty Trash" from the "Finder" menu to delete Real Player.
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