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Uninstalling Toast 10 Titanium


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You might want to keep Toast 10 around a little while longer. Toast 11 is having trouble burning discs at faster than the slowest speed. So if you plan to burn many discs you might choose to use Save as Disc Image in Toast 11 and burn those using the Image File setting in the Copy window in Toast 10. There's no conflict with having both versions on your Mac. One other thing is that the application Streamer is no longer in the Toast bundle. If you use Streamer then don't delete it when you trash Toast 10.

 

As for deleting Toast 10, it is ample just to trash the Toast 10 folder. Toast 10 didn't put a bunch of stuff in your libraries (other than preference and plist files that get used by Toast 11, too).

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You might want to keep Toast 10 around a little while longer. Toast 11 is having trouble burning discs at faster than the slowest speed. So if you plan to burn many discs you might choose to use Save as Disc Image in Toast 11 and burn those using the Image File setting in the Copy window in Toast 10. There's no conflict with having both versions on your Mac. One other thing is that the application Streamer is no longer in the Toast bundle. If you use Streamer then don't delete it when you trash Toast 10.

 

As for deleting Toast 10, it is ample just to trash the Toast 10 folder. Toast 10 didn't put a bunch of stuff in your libraries (other than preference and plist files that get used by Toast 11, too).

 

Thanks for the info. I think I'll take your advice for now and keep both since there is no conflict between the two.

 

Regards, John

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