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How to Delete Unused Apps

Just like organizing your desktop space can help you stay focused, only keeping apps that you use frequently can make finding apps you do use a lot easier. Don't just clean up the outside of your tech this Spring, clean up the inside as well. Delete any apps you aren't using (by pressing down and holding until it "wiggles," then clicking the X on the top left corner of the app), and consider utilizing folders to keep similar apps grouped together. For example, toss all of your photography apps in one folder (or two if there's overflow), all of your social apps in another, so on, and so forth. You get the picture.

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