Quick question: I just did a clean Mavericks on a new SSD in my primary slot on my laptop. I moved my mechanical HDD to the optical bay in a caddy. For now, I'd like to keep the mechanical HDD there as a bootable option until Mavericks proves itself reliable. In the future I would wipe the drive and use it solely for data. However, in the meantime, my Mavericks OSX installation seems to be a bit confused by it. For example, if I go to "open with", it will give me the option of opening the file with one of my old apps on the HDD drive. Is there anyway to prevent Mavericks from accessing those apps and settings? Basically: Mavericks: (on SSD) - all new apps installed, completely fresh install of everything including apps - my primary boot drive SL 10.6.8 (on HDD) - contains everything from before (OS and data) - has some old apps that I no longer plan to use ** apps on this drive will show up in the "open with" option in the mavericks boot partition above, and I'd like them not to.