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Best Practices for Installing New iTunes and Safari Versions
Authored by: chucky23 on Dec 04, '12 09:01:39AM

"because it requires restoring certain frameworks in addition to the iTunes application itself."

New versions of both iTunes and Safari ALWAYS rewrite system frameworks, making rollback difficult and tedious, or close to impossible.

Before installing new versions of these apps, you should make it regular practice to ALWAYS make a full clone to make it easy to rollback if you need or want to.


Personally, I'm not upgrading to iTunes 11 because I dig CoverFlow. But that's just me. The above advice applies with EVERYONE with the gear to easily make a clone prior to installing new versions of iTunes and Safari.

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