MacMost Now 236: Reintsalling Lost Applications

Find out how to replace applications that you may have accidentally deleted from your Mac.



Also see episode 455 for an up-to-date version of this tutorial focusing on reinstalling essential Mac applications that you may have accidentally deleted.

Comments: 5 Responses to “MacMost Now 236: Reintsalling Lost Applications”

    elaina
    8 years ago

    Hello, I downloaded Ice clean to clean up some folders and junk on my Mac, and somehow I deleted all my desktop icons, bookmarks and other apps like my lightroom. Can you tell me how I can find out if any of this is reversible?
    Thanks,
    Elaina

      8 years ago

      You may want to call their support and ask them. I don’t know what that program really did.
      But if it is just shortcuts that have been deleted, you can always re-create them one-by-one.

    Jhon
    8 years ago

    Some of the applications i had, for example microsoft office got deleted in every user exept on the admin, some applications as migration assistance some how was deleted

    Teresa Giambrone
    7 years ago

    I had an icon in my dock that when I clicked on it I could do an envelope, or a letter… it’s gone. I don’t know what happened to it; Can you help e get it back?
    I don’t remember what it’s called.

      7 years ago

      Are you talking about Mail, the Mac email program?
      For any application that you want to add to your Dock, just go to the Applications folder on your drive. Find that application. And then drag it to the Dock to create a shortcut for it there.

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