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There are some things that require Quicktime, like iTunes. OSX uses Quicktime natively to play compatible files, like MP3s and MP4, within the finder. You can grab the other two Apps, but unlike Windows, Quicktime really is integrated into OSX, you probably don't want to get rid of it.

If you download Perian and Flip4Mac, you will be able to open most everything in Quicktime. Grab VLC for those few things that still have problems.


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