Mac OS has a Services menu where all the tasks associated with each app on your system are found in one location. I had for the longest time items in my services menu that where out of place like “convert to simplified chinese”. I went looking for the location of each of these services in an attempt to remove them. This can be a difficult task in itself, so I googled “how to edit the services menu in OSX” and found an app that simplifies the process of disabling services you don’t use, and removing those that are orphaned when uninstalling software. The App is called Services Scrubber, and it can be found here. Give it try. I am glad I did.
(Via My Trick.)