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I've had Flare 5 installed (and lightly used) for a couple of weeks.
I've still got Flare 4.2 taking up space.
Has anybody encountered any good reasons to want to keep 4.2 around any longer? A quick look at the Flare forums didn't reveal anything that particularly scared me.
As a general rule with your tools, if the tool allows two installed versions of itself to live on your system, how long do you keep a previous version actively available on your computer, before deciding to trust the current version and retire the previous?
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