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I want to upgrade to Leopard and aside from backing up my personal files, I wondered if there was any easy way to generate a list of all the apps and plugins that are installed on my MBP??? I know that I can go into FINDER and look at the APPLICATIONS folder and write everything down however I was hoping that there is an easier way.

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go into your applications folder

Select all > Copy

Paste the resulting text in to text edit, Word or whatever.

You now have a list of all your apps
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