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uninstalling classic/OS9


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Looking for help uninstalling Classic.

A. Is this a bad idea? I'm no longer using apps that reply on System 9, so I assume it's just taking up space on my drive. Wrong?

B. What's the best way to get rid of the system folder? I tried dragging it to the trash, but wasn't allowed to do so because it is "required by the system."

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