Will try to make a long story short here. I have an iMac desktop, purchased in 2007 - these are the specs: Processor - 2.4 GHz, Intel Core 2 Duo Memory - 1 GB, 667 MHz, DDR2 SDRAM Ok, I was running the latest OS (Snow Leopard) and felt that it was really slowing down my Mac. I would get the "pinwheel" a lot while using Safari, and my machine just really felt like it was being bogged down. SO, I decided that I would go back to running Leopard 10.5. I put in the CPU Drop-in DVD (Leopard installation disk) and proceeded to re-install 10.5. I think the problem is, I didn't pay close enough attention to the install directions/options and found that when 10.5 was fully installed, I had no bookmarks in Safari and no music in my iTunes. I know I did something wrong along the way ... all I wanted to do was go back to 10.5 ... I found myself being asked to register my e-mail, create a password for something else, etc. In short, I took a wrong turn somewhere because I shouldn't have had to do any of those things. Is there a fix for this? Is it a matter of re-installing 10.5 but this time choosing a different option in the process? Any help on this would be really appreciated. Thank you!