Sony bundles Picture Package® software with many camcorder and digital camera models, including the Cybershot and Handycam series. Install the program on your Mac or PC to manipulate and organize photos and video footage. If you change your mind and would like to remove the program, follow the standard uninstall protocols for Mac OSX or Windows operating systems. However, some Picture Package® products do not work in a Vista environment. When you use the available Uninstall tools, some periphery plugins and programs such as USB drivers might remain. To ensure that all of the related files delete from the computer, download the Picture Maker Uninstall Tool directly from Sony.
Click on the smiling square-faced Finder icon at the bottom of your Mac's desktop. A menu window appears. Mouse over the "Applications" folder and select.
Scroll through the contents of the Applications folder to find Picture Package®.
Right click on Picture Package®. Choose "Move to Trash." Alternatively, hold the Ctrl key down while selecting the program and drag the program to the Trash icon on the Mac's desktop.
Select "Control Panel" on the computer's Start menu.
Click on "Programs and Features."
Choose Picture Package® from the menu. If you are sure you want to eliminate the program, click "Uninstall."
Close all other programs and save open documents.
Download "PicturePackageUninstaller_update0807f.exe" from the Sony eSupport website. Check the "Accept Agreement" box after you read the licensing agreement. Elect to save the file to a temporary directory or to the download folder. Remember or write down where you saved it. Locate this folder name in "My Computer" after the file transfer completes. Double-click the file name. The program launches and starts.
Click on "The applicable programs have been checked" when the status update appears. Review selected programs and check their corresponding boxes if they have not already been auto-filled. All programs eligible for removal appear in grayed-out text. Select "Start."
Follow the prompts. You may choose to restart the computer or to restart it later. The changes will not register until the computer restarts.
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