Unused applications to Utilities

Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by Kuray, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. Kuray macrumors regular

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    In SL, it allows me to put Apps from Application folder to Utilities folder and put some apps from Utilities folder to sub-folder in Utilities.


    When I try it with Lion, it just copy the application.



    Now, my Application folder looks dirty with unused apps such as Chess, Font Book etc.
     
  2. Toucansma macrumors member

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    Anyone have any ideas?
     
  3. Kuray thread starter macrumors regular

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  4. Comeagain? macrumors 68020

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    Put them in their own folder and put it on it's own page, or the last page.
     
  5. Kuray thread starter macrumors regular

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    My Application folder become useless. Looks crowded
     
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  7. mrapplegate macrumors 68030

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    What was wrong with Comeagain?'s idea?
     
  8. Blipp macrumors 6502

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    That's the hyperbole of the day right there. Care to elaborate how your applications folder is "useless" or if organization is so important to you why Chess belongs in your Utilities folder?
     
  9. Ecoh macrumors 6502a

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    I think Apple is trying to tell you to use Launch Pad.

    Forget about your Application folder, just use Launch Pad, you can have the first desktop with just your most used applications, then put everything else in a folder on the second desktop, organize however you want it to look.
     
  10. C64 macrumors 65816

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    By default you create aliases when moving the applications, and cmd + move creates a copy. Standard Apple apps can't be deleted or moved for security reasons I guess, and to prevent people from messing things up (I know enough people who delete all sorts of standard apps by just dragging stuff around without knowing what they're doing).

    What kind of permissions do you have when you cmd + i on an Apple app? Perhaps adding read & write for your own account will allow you to move it, instead of just copying it.
     

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