Data and backups

How to uninstall 1Password

You can completely remove the 1Password app, 1Password in your browser, and all your 1Password data.

Tip

If you just want to start over, you don’t need to uninstall 1Password. Learn how to reset the 1Password app on a specific device.

Remove the 1Password app and data

To uninstall 1Password for Mac

  1. Click the 1Password icon in your menu bar and choose Quit.

    In 1Password 7, choose Quit 1Password Completely.

  2. In Finder, drag 1Password from the Applications folder to the Trash.

To remove your 1Password data

Important

These steps will remove all your local 1Password data from your Mac, including backups. You’ll still be able to access your information on other devices and on 1Password.com.

  1. In Finder, choose Go > Go to Folder, then enter the following path and press Return:

     ~/Library/Application Support/
    
  2. Drag any folders with 1Password in the name to the Trash.
    Example: 1Password 4

  3. Choose Go > Go to Folder, then enter the following path and press Return:

     ~/Library/Preferences/
    
  4. Drag any files with com.agilebits in the name to the Trash.
    Example: com.agilebits.onepassword4.plist

  5. Choose Go > Go to Folder, then enter the following path and press Return:

     ~/Library/Containers/
    
  6. Drag any folders with com.agilebits and 1Password in the name to the Trash.
    Example: 2BUA8C4S2C.com.agilebits.onepassword-osx-helper

  7. Choose Go > Go to Folder, then enter the following path and press Return:

     ~/Library/Group Containers/
    

    If you see “The folder can’t be found”, click Cancel and skip the next step.

  8. Drag any folders with com.agilebits or 2BUA8C4S2C.com.1password in the name to the Trash.
    Example: 2BUA8C4S2C.com.1password

  9. Restart your Mac.

Important

Deleting 1Password will remove all your local 1Password data from your iOS device. You’ll still be able to access your information on other devices and on 1Password.com.

Learn how to delete 1Password on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

To uninstall 1Password for Windows

Important

These steps will remove all your local 1Password data from your Windows PC. You’ll still be able to access your information on other devices and on 1Password.com.

Windows 11

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click (Windows Settings) > Apps > “Apps & features”.
  3. Click 1Password, then click Uninstall.
  4. Open the Start menu, type %LOCALAPPDATA%, and choose Open.
  5. Find the folder named 1Password and move it to the Recycle Bin.

Windows 10

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click (Windows Settings) > Apps.
  3. Click 1Password, then click Uninstall.
  4. Open the Start menu, type %LOCALAPPDATA%, and choose Open.
  5. Find the folder named 1Password and move it to the Recycle Bin.

If you are using Windows 7 or 8.1, open the Start menu and choose Control Panel. Click “Uninstall a program”. Click 1Password, then click Uninstall. Open the Start menu, type %LOCALAPPDATA%, and choose Open. Find the folder named 1Password and move it to the Recycle Bin.

Important

These steps will remove all your local 1Password data from your Android device. You’ll still be able to access your information on other devices and on 1Password.com.

  1. Open your device’s Settings app.
  2. Select Apps or “Application manager”.
  3. Tap 1Password, then tap Uninstall.

Important

These steps will remove all your local 1Password data from your Linux computer. You’ll still be able to access your information on other devices and on 1Password.com.

You can uninstall 1Password from your Linux distribution:

Debian or Ubuntu

To remove 1Password for Linux:

sudo apt remove 1password

To remove 1Password for Linux and your 1Password data:

sudo apt purge 1password; rm -R ~/.config/1Password

CentOS, Fedora, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux

To remove 1Password for Linux:

sudo dnf remove 1password

To remove your 1Password data:

rm -R ~/.config/1Password

Arch Linux

To remove 1Password for Linux:

sudo pacman -R 1password

To remove your 1Password data:

rm -R ~/.config/1Password

Other distributions (.tar.gz)

To remove 1Password for Linux:

sudo /opt/1Password/after-remove.sh
sudo rm -R /opt/1Password

To remove your 1Password data:

rm -R ~/.config/1Password

Snap Store

By default, when you remove a snap, snapd 2.39 and later saves internal user, system, and configuration data as a snapshot for 31 days.

To remove 1Password for Linux and save a snapshot:

sudo snap remove 1password

To remove 1Password for Linux without saving a snapshot:

sudo snap remove 1password --purge

Whether or not you save a snapshot, your 1Password data is stored separately. To remove your 1Password data:

rm -R ~/.config/1Password

Flatpak

To remove 1Password for Linux:

sudo flatpak uninstall 1password

To remove 1Password for Linux and your 1Password data:

sudo flatpak uninstall com.onepassword.OnePassword && sudo rm -r ~/.var/app/com.onepassword.OnePassword/config/*

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