Posted by: macintoshsisters | February 25, 2008

Reinstalling OS X applications

iCal is an application bundled with Mac OS X and the only way to obtain a new version is to upgrade your version of the Mac OS—move from Tiger to Leopard, for example. However, you can reinstall the version of iCal you once had. Why do so when you were unhappy with it in the past? It’s possible that something else running on your Mac was causing iCal to misbehave and a subsequent OS update—a point update such as 10.5.2, for example—addressed that issue, allowing iCal to run as Jobs intended.

Full article at MacWorld

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