Why doesn't Apple implement something like "add/remove program", as Windows has? I find it incredibly annoying that many programs install crap all over the drive, including hidden unix folders. Why can't the OS track this? I just don't understand. There should be an option to "hide non-third-party items" in the Finder so that you can easily see ONLY those items that are NOT a normal part of the system, including within the hidden Unix directories (if, like me, you're a developer and you end up installing stuff there too). I've requested this on Apple.com/feedback multiple times to no avail. I really miss the old days where the System Folder contained Extensions, Control Panels, and Startup Items—and that was literally the ONLY place that something could be that ate up your RAM or ran in the background. You could see a list of all 3rd-party things and the Extension Manager even let you deactivate a lot of the crap Apple puts into the OS that you might never use. I know a lot of Mac users who I'm sure would love to deactivate all "cloud"-related crap from their systems. It's pretty lame that Apple requires you to have that type of stuff on your computer whether or not you're using those features.