So I learn from “How to Uninstall Paragon NTFS for macOS” on https://nektony.com/how-to/uninstall-paragon-ntfs-for-macos
Quote of the manual un-installation method:
Paragon NTFS for Mac is a tool that helps you to write, edit, copy and delete files on Microsoft NTFS-formatted drives connected to your Mac.Paragon NTFS application installs its pane to System Preferences, so it is not enough to drop the app to Trash to remove it correctly.
. Uninstall Paragon NTFS for Mac manually
Like most Mac users do, you may delete Paragon NTFS following these steps: go to the Applications folder in Finder → find Paragon NTFS for Mac 15.app → make a right-click and select Move to Trash → then, Empty Trash.
However, advanced users know that any application creates service files for its proper work on a Mac. Likely, you have heard or read about caches and logs. These types, in addition to other files, are the temporary helpers of an application. So, the deletion of the .app file is not enough for the application’s entire removal from your Mac. Furthermore, the temporary service files are useless without the application on your Mac. So you have to find all the leftovers of Paragon NTFS and remove them.The junk files are usually stored in the hidden Library folder. Follow these steps to see the contents of the Library folder:
Open Finder.Click Go in the toolbar and select Go to Folder in the drop-down menu.Type ~/Library in the appeared window and click Go.Type paragon in the search field in the corner of the window and hit Enter. Next, you will see all the files and folders that relate to Paragon NTFS. Select these items, move them to the Trash, and then empty the Trash.
You should also check your Mac’s System Preferences. Some applications create a System Preference pane (an application icon) on your Mac by default. Paragon NTFS is one of them. So, open System Preferences → find Paragon NTFS for Mac icon → make a right-click and Remove “NTFS for Mac” Preference Pane.
Then you should navigate and remove Paragon NTFS cache files stored in ~/Library/Caches, application support files, crash reports, preferences files, remove them as well.