Loc: Alexandria, VA
Just as a note -- the home computer was a fresh install of everything, which actually took far less time than I thought (and culled a lot of unused stuff in the process). My co-worker installed over his existing system. Thus far, both seem to be running just fine.
I did it as an update rather than a wipe and fresh install of everything, and so far everything is working properly. The last time, the installation was a bit buggy and took hours. This time, it went like sh¡t through a goose with no quirks at all.
Near the end of the installation, I got a dialog box telling me that my Belkin Router Monitor app was incompatible. But after the install was done, that app was where it had been before and working. Go figure.
No apparent Mail problems. No freezes or crashes in Sys Prefs, no broken apps, none of the headaches I had last Fall. Still, I'll play with it on the MBP for a week or two before I update the Mini.
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