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Reinstalling Tiger after purchase


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Do much people after they purchase a new pb or apple in general reinstall the software ? i have heard that factory installs are the best and also that i can save some space by doing this? i know for a fact i did it with my new pcs but this is my first mac.. so just wondering

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No need to do it with Mac's. There is very little installed that is you don't need and you can just drag it to the trash

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i read somewhere that you could save alot of space by just getting rid of the xtra languages

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True, you can free up some space. Using the DeLocalizer application.

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