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Installing and Removing Applications

  • Scott Mayers
  • Mike Lee

Abstract

Mac OS X Lion comes with a wide variety of standard applications for many common computer tasks, including applications for using the Internet (including Mail and Safari), applications for viewing media (including iTunes and DVD Player), and more. If you recently bought your Mac new, then it likely included some additional bundled software, including iLife. No matter what software your computer came with, there will likely be a time when you wish to add to your collection of applications. This chapter will show you how to find and install new applications, and how to manage the applications once they are installed.

Keywords

Disk Image Installer Package Support File Package File Preference File 
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© Scott Meyers and Mike Lee 2011

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  • Scott Mayers
  • Mike Lee

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