OS X Installation Process

Discussion in 'macOS' started by Not Available, Aug 24, 2009.

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    Well... I've never installed OS X before, and I haven't found any videos while searching.

    It's just that I've got many applications which I don't need, and I want to do a Fresh Installation of Snow Leopard when I'm getting it. So I'd like to know if I can choose what applications on install when running SL installation process. For example, I don't want any third party applications, but I'd like to install iPhoto from the iLife suite, but only iPhoto. So no iWeb, iDVD, and so on. Also, I don't need Automator, games, and other applications which came with my Leopard installation. Is there a point at which I can choose which applications to install, and which don't?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. twombles62 macrumors member

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    Melbourne, Australia
    #2
    Yes, you can do this. You can also chose things such as printer drivers, which can shave a few gig off the install size. If you buy a new mac you'll have to re-install OSX though.
     
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