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homebrew – Risk of uninstalling a customised zsh version

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Having been confronted to a minor bug on Apple Terminal, I followed naively an advice on an internet website recommending to update my shell zsh to latest version, using brew. Which I did. (and it did not solve the bug)

But now, I realise I have two versions of it.

The regular Apple one in /bin/zsh (5.8.1) and a new one in /usr/local/bin/zsh which redirects to /usr/local/Cellar/zsh/5.9/bin/zsh

Is there a downside in uninstalling the brew-installed version again?

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