Good morning or evening. I've got an older iMac I am selling in order to help finance the purchase of a new iMac. I've cleaned a substantial amount of "crud" off the old iMac and when I finish doing that, I plan to run a new, complete Time Machine backup onto an external hard drive. There are certain programs on the old iMac and their data I want to keep intact and reinstall on the new machine. So, here's my question. I start up the new iMac and set it up from the Time Machine so my "stuff" transfers over. I've done this before. But what comes over in addition to what I want? All the little files I wasn't able to remove from programs I deleted on the old machine? I don't want this...are they going to come over anyway? There doesn't seem to be a reasonable way to bring over just the programs I want, along with their settings and data, because the OS sets up files, including hidden files, everywhere on the hard drive in all sorts of folders, and I really have no way of knowing what is where. I wouldn't bother with this, but a number of my programs were downloads, and I'm not even sure I still have all the install packages, set up data, usernames, passwords, serials, et cetera. Suggestions? Thanks!