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Click to expand.You don't. There's no reason to. The apps are only temporarily placed while downloading at: ~/Library/Application Support/AppStore Once downloaded, they're moved to: /Applications As such, you're not wasting space on downloads, since nothing remains in the download location after you finish. As far as wear and tear, it would be incredibly negligible, especially since moving the files only results in changes to the directory, not moving the file's location in the memory cells of the SSD. Of course you could move your entire user directory and your Applications folder off your SSD, but that's a set of hacks that would probably defeat the purpose of having an SSD in the first place. 'I'm getting sick and tired of Apple taking more and more control away from the user at the user's expense.' Maybe it's because Apple really does know better.

Click to expand./Users//Library/Application Support/AppStore There will be another directory seemingly random number, in my case: 444303913 in there will be a *pkg and some other files. (mine is still downloading) morpheus:AppStore $ ls -lR 444303913/ total 2946160 -rw-r--r-- 1 staff 54688 Jul 20 13:34 flyingIcon -rw-r--r-- 1 staff Jul 20 16:48 mzm.stuhjljp.pkg -rw-r--r-- 1 staff 646710 Jul 20 13:35 preflight.pfpkg -rw-r--r-- 1 staff 4676 Jul 20 13:34 receipt. Click to expand. The download goes in the Application folder, and automatically opens. Once finished updating it automatically deletes itself! I redownloaded (press on the Option/Alt key while clicking on Install in the App store).

When downloaded (again!) ignore the Installer screen and the 'continue' button, and copy it to a USB key. I tried moving it to another folder, but it would not move, even after quitting the installer, but if you move it to Trash, you can then remove it from Trash to another folder. Dbvisualizer Mac Download there. /Users//Library/Application Support/AppStore There will be another directory seemingly random number, in my case: 444303913 in there will be a *pkg and some other files. (mine is still downloading) morpheus:AppStore $ ls -lR 444303913/ total 2946160 -rw-r--r-- 1 staff 54688 Jul 20 13:34 flyingIcon -rw-r--r-- 1 staff Jul 20 16:48 mzm.stuhjljp.pkg -rw-r--r-- 1 staff 646710 Jul 20 13:35 preflight.pfpkg -rw-r--r-- 1 staff 4676 Jul 20 13:34 receipt. Copy you Lion download to an external drive When the download completes and the screen with 'Continue' appears: 1. Plug in an external drive.

(Mine is named Azure) 2. Create a directory at the top of the external drive named 'LionInstall' 2. Bring up a terminal window 3. In the terminal window type these commands: cd /Applications/Install* find.

-print cpio -pmdv /Volumes/Azure/LionInstall 4. This will take a few minutes. Wait for it to complete. When you want to copy it back to your Mac (or another Mac), again use cpio. Once it's copied back from your external drive to /Applications, change the name of the directory to 'Install Mac OS X Lion.app'.

When the download completes and the screen with 'Continue' appears: 1. Plug in an external drive.

(Mine is named Azure) 2. Create a directory at the top of the external drive named 'LionInstall' 2. Bring up a terminal window 3. In the terminal window type these commands: cd /Applications/Install* find.

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-print cpio -pmdv /Volumes/Azure/LionInstall 4. This will take a few minutes. Wait for it to complete. When you want to copy it back to your Mac (or another Mac), again use cpio. Once it's copied back from your external drive to /Applications, change the name of the directory to 'Install Mac OS X Lion.app'. More Details on Copying Lion Install Back to your Mac To restore your copy of the Lion backup from an external drive called Azure, and from a directory on that drive called Lion: 1.

Bring up a terminal window and type the following commands: cd /Applications mkdir Lion cd /Volumes/Azure/Lion find. -print cpio -pmdv /Applications/Lion 2. This will take a few minutes. Wait until it is complete. You may close the terminal window now.

In the finder, navigate to /Applications 5. Change the name of the directory, Lion (that you just created and moved 3.7GB of files into) to Install Mac OS X Lion.app The command 'find.

-print' spits out a list of all directories and files visible from the directory in which this is executed. The vertical bar (called 'pipe') sends that to the next command on the line. The command cpio is a handy, general purpose directory compacter and mover. The options do the following: - p 'pass' This means to pass the files from one place (where you execute the command) to another place (the final argument to the command) - m This means to maintain the modification dates of the files.