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When I right click on a .mpg file and go to "Open With" there is an option for both iTunes 10.6.1 and 10.5.3. Is there a way to get rid of the 10.5.3?

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Yes. You find it and drag it to the trash.
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It should be in your applications folder...

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If, for some reason, you don't want to delete the older versions of the apps that appear when you right click a file try resetting the Launch Services database. Resetting Launch Services

Be sure to read row note with that article before executing the command.

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Thanks for the input all. I did have two versions of iTunes installed without really knowing it. One was in a folder within Applications. I dropped the old one in trash and it's "fixed". But I do have some apps that I want to keep older versions of so the resetting launch services will come in handy.
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