Given I'm obviously stuck with Snow Leopard - is there any way to run a hack of some sort to be able to run software that "requires" one of the bloatware X's Apple started giving out for free? I'm cool with whatever dumb "features" the bloatware X's offer NOT running properly on 10.6, but hoping there's some kind of toggle hack to trick the apps into running? I would REALLY like to run CodeKit specifically - I've installed the Sublime LESS preprocessor, but I don't think it flags errors like CodeKit. Thanks for any help or advice. Or can someone just strip all of the kill/bloat junk out of Mavericks for us po folk? I don't even know what the new "features" do - I just know my friendgirl is forced to run one of them on her 2011 13" MBP, and I'm constantly having to run Onyx to get her system back to a responsive state - and all she does is open too many tabs in Safari, writes in TextEdit, and leaves too many files on her desktop. What's up with Apple these days? Can't they at least pretend to care about all of us who have been using their products before they hit the "big time" with the iDevices?