Unfortunately, it crippled a number of my most important apps:
- Activity Monitor
I suspect it was something to do with the Input Manager that Google Desktop installs.
I tried to uninstall Google Desktop. It got halfway through the process and then told me that the uninstall had failed, with a numeric error message.
The apps still didn't work.
I ended up having to pick out the various bits the GD had left behind. It's not a normal OS X install.
Having done that, my apps now work OK. Phew.
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