|Jul 21, 2011, 02:30 PM||#1|
Okay I upgraded to Lion but I feel like I have clutter or Sh** on there I don't need.
The only thing I REALLY need is my music...which has been backing up in Time Machine so I'm fine there.
I want to do a reinstall of Lion like it's a brand new computer and transfer my iTunes Music from my external Hard Drive (Time Machine) to Lion. And my Office 11".
And I'll re-download the 10 Apps I currently have (my iMac is new).
Can anyone give me the BEST way to install Lion like it's brand spanking new? But keep iTunes and Office 11?
(I only have 1 code for Office...I still have the install disc...but if I do this will it require a new code? Or can I use the same one?)
21.5" iMac (2011) | iPad (4th Generation) 32GB | iPhone 5 32GB | iPod Classic 120GB
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