I plan on doing a fresh install of Mac OS X in the near future and I only want Applications on there that I am going to use. It's not that I am pressed for space but there isn't much sense in leaving an Application on my computer that I am never going to use. I need help as I have not used most of these Applications before and while I could open them up and see, I am unaware of what most are capable of. I know that I want to keep App Store, Automator, Dashboard, iSync, iTunes, Mail, Preview, QuickTime Player, Safari, System Preferences (really), TextEdit, and Time Machine. *I am speaking of Address Book, Calculator, Chess, Dictionary, DVD Player, Font Book, Front Row, Garage Band, iCal, iChat, iDVD, Image Capture, iMovie, iPhoto, iWeb, Photo Booth, and Stickies. -> I figure I don't need a book of contacts, don't need a basic calculator, am balls at chess and it is awkward filler, could use the internet for a dictionary, don't really watch DVDs on my Mac, am not an aspiring musician or have any business attempting to associate myself with music other than listening to it, I'm not important enough to even act like I need an organized calendar, do not take photos often, and can use TextEdit instead of stickies. *Is there any reason to keep these installed in opposition to what I have listed? This is kind of a wild request, but I appreciate any responses.