I downloaded XMenu the other day, but couldnt get it to work. It wouldnt let me put in whatever files I wanted into it. I just noticed it had 4 or 5 apps, including Photoshop which I recently installed as well as iTunes 6 and Backup3, again recently installed. I thought nothing of it. Fast forward to now, and I was mooching around my system and clicked Macintosh HD from the finder. I was messing about with aliases to create an organised apps folder I could place in my dock - so I doubled clicked on a folder called Applications in the Mac HD. Lo and behold it only had about 5 apps in there. I instantly recognised them as the same apps that XMenu picked up. Inside this folder were Photoshop, Quicktime, iTunes, Backup and an Applescript folder, as well as some random Adobe stuff. Now my normal apps folder, located in my home folder, has iTunes and Quicktime in it, as well as all my other apps. Thats fine. But in this folder it is iTunes 5, but its iTunes 6 in this other apps folder. I suspect its an older version of Quicktime in there too. Photoshop and Backup are NOT in my regular apps folder. My question is this: Apple programs are notoriously inflexible. I dont think I can just pick up my iTunes file from the weird apps folder and dump it in my proper apps folder. Same goes with Quicktime and Backup. Im scared to death of moving the behemoth that is Photoshop too. I might just uninstall that though aS its just a try out (tho I cant find an uninstaller anywhere). How do I go about transferring this stuff to my proper apps folder safely?