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I don't think that the total displayed in Activity Monitor is the total you think it is. I think it is maybe just the last online action a process had. I noticed that while watching softwareupdate download data. Just to be sure: Is automatic software update disabled? See System Preferences, AppStore. Also, do you have anything set to sync itself? iCloud ...
Dailymotion does not have a provision to download the videos for off line viewing. There is no setting in the Sync to do that. You will need a another 3d party app to download the videos so you can watch them off line. There is a number off applications to download videos, example https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-downloader-download/id733735644?mt=8 ...
It could quite easily be Garage Band, if not other app data too. My Garage Band folder at /Library/Application Support/GarageBand is actually 4.8 GB Source: Delete GarageBand to Save Precious Gigabytes of Mac Storage As a rich media application, GarageBand installs relatively large groups of media files to several locations on your Mac’s drive. Based on ...
Not having a fresh out-of-the-box MacBook on hand, I can only assume it's data from apps like iMovie or Garageband or Pages and Keynote. OS X could be computing the data those apps have as photos and audio and video. Background images might also be included.
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