How to Downgrade Mac OS X to an older version

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Have you upgraded your Mac OS X and regretted it because it’s making your Mac more slow? Maybe you have some applications that are incompatible with your new OS and you can’t get updated versions. Maybe you just don’t like how the new OS works.
This video shows you how you can load your old operating system back on your Mac to downgrade it to the previous version that you want or need.
It requires you to have a Time Machine backup of your Mac from BEFORE you performed your upgrade. You also MUST manually back up any new files that you put on your Mac from the time you upgraded until now, when you do the upgrade. So, make sure you copy any pictures, movies, music or documents onto an external USB Hard Drive or Flash Drive so that you can copy everything back once the downgrade is done.

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