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OS 10.4 - selecting in os X which software will be loaded, like os 9


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Dear friends is there a way to choose the loaded software like in os 9 with the extensions manager????
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Yes and no. You can't choose what extensions are loaded in X. You can choose what applications are run at startup by going to System Preferences and clicking on Accounts and looking in the Login tab.

There is also a "safe" mode, hold down shift as it boots.

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