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Just bought an imac and macbook pro and spending alot of time setting up my files/apps but when Leopard comes out this fall I'm going to buy it. Does anyone know will Leopard let me do an UPGRADE so all my time spent configuring my current apple machines at the moment won't be for nothing?
 

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Just bought an imac and macbook pro and spending alot of time setting up my files/apps but when Leopard comes out this fall I'm going to buy it. Does anyone know will Leopard let me do an UPGRADE so all my time spent configuring my current apple machines at the moment won't be for nothing?
Yes, you get several options including a complete erase, and archive and install.

Apple isn't in the habit of wiping out everybody's hard work, time and funds--unless that's what you prefer of course.
 

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Just bought an imac and macbook pro and spending alot of time setting up my files/apps but when Leopard comes out this fall I'm going to buy it. Does anyone know will Leopard let me do an UPGRADE so all my time spent configuring my current apple machines at the moment won't be for nothing?
I upgraded by G4 Mini to Tiger with excellent results. Easiest OS upgrade I ever did. Furthermore, Apple has a family pack [5 licenses] for only $250. Can't get a decent Vista upgrade for ONE machine for that price.
 

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Just bought an imac and macbook pro and spending alot of time setting up my files/apps but when Leopard comes out this fall I'm going to buy it. Does anyone know will Leopard let me do an UPGRADE so all my time spent configuring my current apple machines at the moment won't be for nothing?
Hi,

When I upgraded I lost little things like my login photo, desktop background, and use of some utilities. The utilities just needed to be upgraded and the pictures were brought over from my backup that I did just before upgrading. When I upgraded I fixed permissions and did a disk repair just to be on the safe side.

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Just bought an imac and macbook pro and spending alot of time setting up my files/apps but when Leopard comes out this fall I'm going to buy it. Does anyone know will Leopard let me do an UPGRADE so all my time spent configuring my current apple machines at the moment won't be for nothing?
You can upgrade your existing systems easily, but to stay legal you'll need separate copies of Leopard, or the family pack to upgrade your 2 computers.

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