Hi folks, I bought a new (refurbished) Macbook Pro to replace my trusty old one (friend spilled lemonade on it). I wanted to fire it up without doing my usual transfer with setup assistant, because I wanted to see if it had Photos or iPhoto on it (doesn't have Photos, which made my day). I know from past experience that if you start up a new computer with a "test" user name, and then later move your stuff over, then you become a "secondary" user. I had this happen once at (of all places) a Genius Bar. They started up a replacement computer with my user name, then moved my stuff to it, which resulted in me becoming "User Name 2" instead of "User Name." The answer to that ended up being wiping the whole computer, and then starting fresh with setup assistant WITHOUT setting up any prior account. A headache, but not a big deal after I did the research and figured it out. So okay, I get my new Macbook Pro (Yosemite 10.10.1) and I want to fire it up and see if it has Photos or not, so I start it up with an account named "Trial" and poke around a bit, planning to wipe it and start fresh so I can use Setup Assistant with my *real* user name as the primary one. But I guess in doing some researching that it's not the same procedure with Yosemite? I guess this makes sense as there is no startup disc. The instructions I found didn't make me feel really confident, and I hope I didn't mess up by assuming I could do this "trial" user name and then start fresh again? Thanks for any help, Miss Terri (typing on disabled, lemonade-infused, Snow Leopard machine, sorry for any typos).