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  1. Just received an email from JRiver with a pre-order notification for v21. I have been using Jriver since v19 and have upgraded to v20. Not a problem for what the software does for me and considering that I use it so much now. Is this standard practice for JRiver to post a new revision every year or so? I guess they have to earn revenue somewhere. And I know I don't have to do the upgrade. The other issue with this yearly upgrade is that the update installs over the existing licence. But when you check in your installed programs you still have the earlier versions listed. Is it okay to delete/uninstall the earlier versions from my computer (running Win 7)?