Step By Step Guide On How To Remove Your Facebook And Twitter Accounts From Your MacOS

9 February 2017, 6:36 pm EST By Cris Xander Juliano Mobile & Apps
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The MacOS has a handy feature that is built-in to the system which allows you to instantly share a photo on Facebook or update your status in Twitter. However, there comes a time that you may lose interest in using social network or for some other reasons. With that in mind, here is a step by step guide on how to remove your social media accounts from your MacOS according to a report by WCCFTech.

However, this is only applicable if you have set up your social media accounts natively on your MacOS, thus signing in from a web browser to access Facebook, Twitter or any other social media accounts for that matter does not count.

Step 1. Open the System Preferences by clicking the Apple logo icon in the menu bar, from the Dock or Launchpad.

Step 2. On the third row from the available options, you will find Internet Accounts, click on that.

Step 3. In here, you will find all the accounts that you have signed into such as Facebook, Twitter and also email accounts. Choose and select the accounts that you want to disable from the MacOS.

Step 4. Click the Enable this account at the bottom to remove the check from the checkbox. Once you remove the checkmark, the chosen social media accounts will no longer be used.

Step 5. This is optional, but if you want to remove the account entirely from the OS, select the account from the left hand side, the click on the "-" button at the bottom.

There you have it! You have successfully removed your social media accounts. Let us know what you think by writing your comments down below.

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