I have been using Nebula for about 7 months now and have amassed quite a large and awesome collection of 3rd party libraries. In the beginning, I installed as many free libraries as I could find, and now I am thinking about paring it down to the choice 3rd party libraries and eliminating much of the free stuff. I've already gotten rid of the easy to find ones, but there seems to still be a ton I would like to clean out. I know I could empty the nebulatemprepository and just reinstall what I want, but isn't there a file in there that Nebula points to that I probably want to keep in there, like for authorization maybe? What I am asking is; what is the best and safest way to get rid of all of the programs that aren't named obviously? Or what file should I copy and save before erasing the whole folder to reinstall? Thanks in advance!!
I thought that I should add that I do know not to delete the entire nebulatemprepository contents. What I mean is delete the program and vector folder contents and then reinstall. What is the right way to do a complete reinstall of libraries??
Thanks Enrique. So is that it? I can delete all other programs and vector files and then reinstall the desired libraries? This is for my back-up DAW, by the way. My main work-horse DAW has huge hard drives and I don't mind having so many libraries installed, I still am under half capacity on any of my 3 HD's installed.