Keyboard Driver Q: I can't delete my apps. Any help? You must first try one of these options: Press Alt+R (Command+R on Linux) to run the Terminal (or the Windows shortcut). Type in the command 'sudo rm -r ~/Library/.bundle' to delete all your installed applications. Press Alt + F4 (Command + F4 on Linux) to run the Boot Options. Type in the command 'sudo rm -RF /' to remove the following directories: /media/disk0s2/Applications Restart your computer by the normal startup method, by pressing and holding the power button and the “Option” key until the Apple logo appears. If you still have not been able to delete your apps, try removing '~/Library/.bundle' and '~/Library/.local.bundle' on your hard drive. It may be a problem with other people that have installed Apple's Desktop and Mobile Support Pack, which contains the following application names. Apple Support Communities I cannot delete my applications because of that Application Name, what should I try? You may also try removing the corresponding applications. For example: '~/Library/.local.bundle?(YOUR APPLICATION NAME)' I want to reset or reset my Apple ID, what should I do? Go to the Apple ID Settings page, under “User Information,” in the section titled 'Reset User ID' click Reset. I can not change my Apple ID password when I have no Apple ID on my phone or computer. Why? You may find it helpful to change your password when you add Apple ID to another device that also requires an Apple ID password entry. There may be a problem with a password you have applied on a previous Windows, Mac or Linux computer. What should I do to delete my old password stored there? Your old password will be saved on your hard drive. Just go to your main 'My Documents' folder on your hard drive, and delete the Application Key file named 'application-key-old.key'. Then delete any other files that are located within and by those files. Then type your old password and hit 'Enter.' It may ask you to enter the password multiple times because there are so little spaces left on that file. I want to reset the Apple ID that I used with my old MacBook Air to use with my new MacBook.