Google+ is estimated to have hit. If you've happily migrated over to your Google+ account and want to , Dennis O'Reilly goes over how to deactivate or delete accounts (no, they're not the same).
If, on the other hand, you've tried Google+ and just aren't impressed, we'll show you how to delete your Google+ content without affecting your other Google services. Don't worry; it seems Google has learned its lesson from theby making it simpler to remove Google+ from your digital life. Here's how:
Step 1: From Google+, click on the gear icon in the upper-right-hand corner, then click on Google+ settings.
Step 2: Under the "Accounts overview" section, go to "Services" then click on the link next to Delete profile and social features.
Step 3: Click on the radio button next to Delete Google+ content and then check the box next to Required, then finally click on the Remove selected services button.
You'll no longer have access to Google+ and all of your content will be removed "over the next few days." Most importantly, your Gmail, Google Docs, Google Calendar, and other Google services will remain untouched.