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Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by jarmart, Jul 29, 2008.
You'll want to keep those.
Audio MIDI Setup, RAID, and Boot Camp are the only disposable ones, but none of them are large enough to matter. If you need the space so much, buy an external HDD.
Why? Whats the point? These programs never run as a process at startup, and probably only take up 5MB at most.
These a are important utilities that you will want to have if you want to diagnose a problem, or prevent a problem.
I see no point in removing them, and infact it is removing features from Leopard by doing so.
Terminal is the most important. DO NOT delete that.
If they are not bloat ware, and dont use system resources, what harm are they doing?