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To remove a PBI, simply highlight it in Installed Software and click the Remove button. In Figure X-XX, the VirtualBox PBI is selected for removal:
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To uninstall a PBI, simply highlight it in the Installed Software tab and click the Remove button. In Figure 5.1.2a, the VirtualBox PBI is selected for removal:
  
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'''Figure 5.1.2a: Highlighting an Application to Uninstall in the Installed Software Tab of Software Manager'''
  
 
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Software Manager will prompt you to confirm that you wish to uninstall the application. Software Manager will then remove the application's subdirectory within /Programs, as well as its entry in the KDE menu. If you have created any desktop or panel icons, you should remove those manually.

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To uninstall a PBI, simply highlight it in the Installed Software tab and click the Remove button. In Figure 5.1.2a, the VirtualBox PBI is selected for removal:

Figure 5.1.2a: Highlighting an Application to Uninstall in the Installed Software Tab of Software Manager

RemovePBI.png

Software Manager will prompt you to confirm that you wish to uninstall the application. Software Manager will then remove the application's subdirectory within /Programs, as well as its entry in the KDE menu. If you have created any desktop or panel icons, you should remove those manually.