I have a 12-inch iBook that I bought second hand a few years ago which I use primarily as a mobile Web terminal. It came with CodeTek Virtual Desktop preinstalled. I never use it, and it just gets in the way (it puts some kind of virtual desktop container thingy on the bottom of the screen that gets in the way of resizing application windows). But I’ve never figured out how to uninstall it.
I tried the obvious, which is to drag the application to the trash. But it won’t let me do that because the application is running – even though it doesn’t show up in the “Force Quit” menu. I can’t seem to get any kind of application menu for the thing. I tried right-clicking, Ctrl-right, Cmd-right, double-clicking the application, and everything else I could think of, but I can’t get a menu to appear that will let me quit the thing so I can uninstall it.
I’m hoping some of you loyal Mac fans will come to my rescue. Any ideas on how I can get rid of CodeTek Virtual Desktop?