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CJ_IS_THE_BEST #1 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 12:57

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Im using a macbook and I download World of Warships, but it ran out of storage so I deleted the launcher and the game is taking up all of my storage and now I cant get rid of the game! Help anyone? I need my storage back and please remember im using a MacBook Air

 



Pravoslavnie #2 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 13:04

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Go into documents, highlight whatever you're trying to delete and uninstall it.

 

Maybe? I don't have my MacBook right here in front of me to walk you through it.


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brianc053 #3 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 13:30

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I run World of Tanks on a Mac, and I see that there is a "World of Tanks" folder taking up 30 GB of space at the following location:

 

Users > (my computer name) > Library > Application Support > World of Tanks

 

The "Library" folder appears to be hidden, so at the (my computer name) level you may need to show hidden folders or something.

 

Good luck.



heavymetal1967 #4 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 13:30

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_PePe_ #5 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 13:32

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Delete whats in the update folder in tanks

AndrewSledge #6 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 14:05

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If you want to uninstall WOT manually there are a couple places you need to go (WOWS is going to be similar):

  • ~/Library/application support/WoT
  • ~/Library/preferences/com.codeweavers.wot.plist
  • ~/Library/application saved state/[some WoT file I can't remember the name of]
  • ~/Library/caches/[some WoT file]
  • Documents/WoT 
  • Applications/WoT 

(Stole list from a post of dstud208.)



NutrientibusMeaGallus #7 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 14:09

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View PostCJ_IS_THE_BEST, on Mar 23 2018 - 06:57, said:

Im using a macbook and I download World of Warships, but it ran out of storage so I deleted the launcher and the game is taking up all of my storage and now I cant get rid of the game! Help anyone? I need my storage back and please remember im using a MacBook Air

 

 

This is WOT! (Leonidas kick)

 



CJ_IS_THE_BEST #8 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 14:11

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View Postbrianc053, on Mar 23 2018 - 13:30, said:

I run World of Tanks on a Mac, and I see that there is a "World of Tanks" folder taking up 30 GB of space at the following location:

 

Users > (my computer name) > Library > Application Support > World of Tanks

 

The "Library" folder appears to be hidden, so at the (my computer name) level you may need to show hidden folders or something.

 

Good luck.

 

yes, thank you for the help but the game didnt finish downloading and iv already tried appliaction support and stuff like that? The folder doesnt appear and when I search my computer for any files that might be related to the game they dont come up?

28beers #9 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 14:13

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Fill sink with tomato juice;  add MacBook Air.  Soak for 10 minutes than flip.  You may have to try this process multiple times for best results.

Rinse well.

Good to go!


 

do not do that


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CJ_IS_THE_BEST #10 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 14:13

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View PostAndrewSledge, on Mar 23 2018 - 14:05, said:

If you want to uninstall WOT manually there are a couple places you need to go (WOWS is going to be similar):

  • ~/Library/application support/WoT
  • ~/Library/preferences/com.codeweavers.wot.plist
  • ~/Library/application saved state/[some WoT file I can't remember the name of]
  • ~/Library/caches/[some WoT file]
  • Documents/WoT 
  • Applications/WoT 

(Stole list from a post of dstud208.)

 

never mind acually, it worked!

black_colt #11 Posted Mar 23 2018 - 22:47

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View Postheavymetal1967, on Mar 23 2018 - 04:30, said:

 

Actually Apple-branded Intel-based hardware can legally be all three - a true all-in-one-solution - so therefore it is even better.

 

Sure makes your Windows machine look rather pathetic as it can only do two.



You8What #12 Posted Mar 24 2018 - 08:09

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View Postblack_colt, on Mar 23 2018 - 22:47, said:

 

Actually Apple-branded Intel-based hardware can legally be all three - a true all-in-one-solution - so therefore it is even better.

 

Sure makes your Windows machine look rather pathetic as it can only do two.

 

And not very well at that!




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