6 Replies Latest reply: Jul 28, 2013 3:05 PM by petermac87
pgoedtkindt Level 1 (10 points)

More and more, apple "Upgrades" also remove extant useful features, or break third party functionality. As an example software update itself allowed to ignore updates for specific packages before mountain lion. With the "improved" app store , this is no longer possible, and with Apple it has almost never be possible to re-install an older version (or install multiple versions of a package).

I'm now regularly asked to upgrade to iTunes 11 which i don't want to... some features were removed such as selecting duplicate items. And off course documentation is never mentioning this. It is written by marketing guys, not techies.

How can I exclude these updates to be proposed.


KISS principle is good to a certain extent only... give power users the power decide for themselves or they will flee to linux or windows !!!