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OmniDiskSweeper (macupdate.com) is free and will do exactly what you are asking for.


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Run Terminal and type the following command: du -s /Applications/* | sort -nr | head It will show you the most space consuming applications. For more advanced solutions, check: How do I find how much disk space a program is occupying? How can I figure out what's slowly eating my HD space?


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Run in Terminal: system_profiler SPHardwareDataType which would print your Hardware UUID and Serial Number.


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I've solved installing the manual updates for Mountain Lion from here, and then it began to work normally!


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Works with Yosemite (L2TP VPN Server behind a NAT gateway)


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Hot corners suck if they activate when you don't want them, as they frequently do for me. A keyboard shortcut is much easier to control precisely. OSX Daily explains how to do it right: How to Start the Mac Screen Saver with a Keyboard Shortcut in OS X


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Reading from your MacBook model (MacBookPro10,1) it seems you either have a mid 2012 or early 2013 Retina MacBook Pro. GPU Panic obviously indicates that the system panics because of the GPU. Deducting from this, it is possible that your computer is eligible for the GPU replacement program that Apple recently initiated. Verify your model here and see if you ...


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You can adjust the time the notification is displayed on the screen: In a terminal window type: defaults write com.apple.notificationcenterui bannerTime SECONDS Where SECONDS is the number of seconds the notice will be visible. Log out and in again to activate the setting. http://www.defaults-write.com/notification-center-change-banners-display-time


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Tag each file with a subject name and they will be sorted in the tag section of the Finder sidebar, irrespective of the app they use. (I only use the tag colours to show them up)


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I use a tag based filing system, so that I can group files from different applications into subjects. The tags all have subject names and colours are only used to show them up.


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The main points of this kernel panic are analogous to the mathematical direction to divide 5 by 0 The kernel / core of the OS got an instruction that cannot make sense, so it dumps all it knows about what it sees looking backwards and forces the user to start over. The kext are kernel extensions and you sometimes can catch one that causes this. Similarly, ...


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Remove the ManyCam https://manycam.com/uninstall/mac to test without it. If it works, get a updated version of ManyCam.


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Simply assign 'fn' in Mission Control to 'show desktop' and you are all set.


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Take a look at USB Overdrive. With it help I've finally removed scroll acceleration and setup custom buttons on my Logitech m570.


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Are you using multiple accounts on the Mac? Two accounts will fight with one another, especially if both are registered to one Apple ID. If so, I'd suggest 1) Disconnecting from the internet/wifi entirely to ensure synced prefs aren't causing this 2) Sign out of iCloud entirely on both (or all) accounts 3) Restart the Mac 4) Log into the individual ...


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Turn off/delete all iCloud services/accounts. Trash the entire contents of Macintosh HD/library/caches and Your_Username/Library/Caches (may have to enable the 'Show Library Folder' option in finder view options when looking at your user folder) Empty the Trash - if it doesn't allow you to, reboot, then empty trash. Reboot again


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For me it was due to an invalid file entry on the disk - perhaps due to a recent power loss. I opened the Disk Utility on the OS X Utilities screen and validated all drives shown (using the "Repair Disk" button). It repaired my disk (file count in a directory was off by 1), and now all is back to normal (so far).


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Open the App Store app and go to Store → Sign Out.


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I had the same problem, and my sudo du -sh /* showed similar results. But the trash folder, which exists under /user, doesn't show up in this list! All my old VMs were still in Trash, and I just had to empty the trash to reclaim the space. (though it took a long time to figure that out)



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