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Facebook changes privacy and makes it easier to remove apps; see how | Social networks

Previously, to remove the apps, it was necessary to disconnect them individually, which could be a tedious and tiring task for the user. Check out the step-by-step instructions below on how to access Facebook settings on your PC and remove multiple apps from one go.

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Step 1. Access the Facebook settings. To do this, click on the arrow icon, in the upper right corner of the page, and go to "Settings";

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Open Facebook settings Photo: Reproduction / Helito Bijora

Open Facebook settings Photo: Reproduction / Helito Bijora

Step 2. On the left side of the settings page, click on "Applications";

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Access the settings of applications connected to Facebook Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Access the settings of applications connected to Facebook Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Step 3. Use the checkbox to select the apps you want to delete. Click on "Show all" to see the complete list of applications connected to your account. There is also a search field at the top of the screen to search for a specific app from the listing. Then click on "Remove" in the upper right corner of the window .;

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Select the applications you want to remove from your Facebook account Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Select the applications you want to remove from your Facebook account Photo: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Step 4. Then, open a window to confirm the action. If you want, you can also delete the publications made by the applications by checking the option indicated in the image below. Finally, confirm the action in "Remove".

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Removing access to selected apps Foto: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Removing access to selected apps Foto: Reproduo / Helito Bijora

Ready. Take advantage of tips to remove apps and websites you don't use and keep your account safe and the privacy of your data.