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Ciphex
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true you can keep your previous settings. but i usually don't unless they are ESSENTIAL.

I find it a good way to weed out all the junk that has built up over time.

Who knows how many extra processes (preference panes, daemons etc) may be coming on at startup that you don't need.

The totally clean install will always run faster... especially after you launch you popular apps for the first time and your prebindings are in good shape.

~John