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Time Machine restore only 1 partition?


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Hello,
I have noticed that after some time the OS get a little filled up with "i don't know what" but somehow it grows in size and get slower, so it is time to restore the OS to its 1st day when my applications were freshly installed.
I have formatted my MBP in 2 partitions: MAC OS and DATA
What i want to do is to restore MAC OS with time machine but NOT restore DATA where my latest documents are.
So how can i restore only 1 partition (MAC OS)?
Or should i restore to day 1 both and then copy / paste my latest DATA from my external HD where Time Machine operates?
Hope it is clear enough…
Thanks to all
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