|May 10, 2013, 09:32 AM||#1|
I just bought Final Cut Pro, now I have two of them.
I had the trial version of Final Cut Pro on my iMac. Today when I was gonna launch it, it said that the trial had expired, and it gave me two options: QUIT or BUY NOW. I clicked BUY NOW. Typed in my Apple ID, and waited for the download to finish.
Once it finished I noticed that I now have the trial version AND the full version as two separate applications. Real smooth, Apple!
How do I get rid of the trial but not the one I bought?
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