MacBook Air :: Cloud Storage Is Full - Can Delete Data From It?

Dec 9, 2014

I keep getting a message telling me the my Cloud storage is full.  Before I purchase more space I would like to see what is only cloud and possible delete some of it.  Is this possible and if so how do I do it?

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MacBook :: Locate Data To Delete From A Nearly Full Start Up Disk?

Mar 8, 2012

The startup disk on my black plastic MacBook is getting full.  I know there is plenty of junk to delete but I don't know how to get an overview of where the junk is so that I can delete chunks of unneccessary data instead of chipping away at my photo library, etc. 


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Sep 6, 2009

Double poll here. There are two questions:
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And of the on-line storage devices used for that DATA totally, what % are they filled to?

For example if you had two 500 GB drives and about 400 GB of data you would answer:
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Jun 28, 2012

I can't downgrade my cloud storage and there appears to be no one to contact.

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Mar 13, 2012

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1 storage device for all work (around 1TB in size)

Access to my work from home, main office or another office

Work directly on drive (don't want to download, amend, and re-upload)

Access via various Mac OS, from 10.5-10.7

Not too expensive! Is there any on-line storage site or Live Hard Drive I can use to gain access to my work, work live directly to from various locations using the Macs as above, or am I just dreaming of something that does not exist? 

I hope this makes sense, it foes to me, but do ask if I am talking gobbledegook! 

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Apr 15, 2012

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Feb 27, 2012

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MacBook Air :: Storage Is FULL Of Other - Cannot Export Video

Jun 26, 2014

This is what my storage thingy looks like. What in the world is taking up 100 gigs? I can't export my video due to NO SPACE.

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Jun 25, 2014

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Aug 31, 2014

I had to delete a Yosemite partition I created on my mid 2012 macbook pro because the 16gig available filled up fast.

I check my HD and it was almost full to capacity, it shows I had 2.2 TB of photos and 1.5 TB of audio.

I don't know if this photos and music kept adding each time I sync my iphone or each time i log on to Facebook.

Anyway I would like to FREE UP THE SPACE but how, and would I need to have 3plus TB of external DH to do this, or what??????

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Nov 14, 2010

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MacBook Pro :: How Much Data Can 256GB Flash Storage Hold

Jun 12, 2012

How much data can a 256GB Flash storage hold?  The only reason I haven't gone ahead with my purchase is that I'm worried that 256GB is too little.  I wish it were possible to upgrade to 512GB on the base model.

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Jun 15, 2010

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Jan 23, 2010

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Mac Pro :: Use 1TB WD 7200 RPM As Data Storage?

Nov 20, 2009

I read all the posts here in MacRumors regarding SSD as boot drive on a Mac Pro. I ordered the 80GB Intel SSD Gen 2. I'm planning to install it to my Mac Pro as a boot drive and use my 1TB WD 7200 RPM as media storage. Do I have to do like RAID or anything to 2 of my disks or I just simply do a fresh install on the SSD and copy all my media files to the 1TB HDD?

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OS X :: Lost Data On Storage Drive?

Jan 31, 2009

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Jun 26, 2009

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It is just taking up storage space with a user which is corrupted but I don't want to erase the data in that user and also delete all my data in the new user as well.

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Jun 3, 2012

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Jul 4, 2012

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Sep 28, 2009

I need to return company Macbook Air and I want to be sure all my private data are permanently deleted and unrecoverable. I know it is not enough to simply delete them, so please, can someone suggest a more secure way? Should I format my Air and if so, how can I do it?

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Nov 30, 2014

I am trying to delete some data from my macbook pro. I am running out of storage and decided to purchase an external hard drive for my go pro videos. In total the videos are around 60-70gb of data. When i transferred them to my external hard drive i disconnected it and deleted the photos from iPhoto. The problem didn't free up any space. Now my storage just allocated that space to other things which it shouldn't have done?

The first photo is before i deleted the movies. The second is what happened after i did. It now says that 71 gb of data is being used for backups. I do have Time Machine on and i do a backup once a month onto an external hard drive.  Im currently running the newest version of yosemite. 

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Jun 8, 2012

Ok well I was looking at my mac storage and I have 1.15 GB Free out of 499.25 GB. From this 319.93 GB are from the Other section (yellow bar). I want to free a TON of space up. How can I delete files from this "other" section, and what is in this section.

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Jun 5, 2014

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