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Your hard drive probably contains five partition: "EFI" "OS X 10.6" "OS X 10.9" "Share" "Recovery HD" Two of them aren't mounted automatically to /Volumes after booting: EFI and Recovery HD. After booting one of the three bootable file systems ("OS X 10.6", "OS X 10.9", "Recovery HD") - all other auto-mounted volumes ("Share" and non-booted boot ...


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Could be anything. App updates, new apps, a virus that downloads stuff for you, automatically installed software, or a host of other things. If you did have an application on your Mac like Dropbox or Google Drive, (either of which could automatically be downloading stuff onto your computer) it could be that, but you do not. Here's what you should do: ...


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Every time you browse the web you are dowloading contents: HTML (text), images, video… Every time MacOS check for new updates, it is also downloading contents: content description, anticipated software updates… Here are a few recommandations for this kind of hidden disk scrounger: Install and run Malwarebytes. If your first disk state is 15 days sooner, ...


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This issue is a little strange. Have you checked your "Recently deleted" album? Maybe it takes up your storage. The pics and videos you deleted are not actually gone. If you want to make them disappeared you need to go to the "Recently deleted" album and delete them again. Otherwise you need to wait for 30 days they will be deleted automatically. You should ...


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Daisy Disk is a great app that lays out the contents of your hard drive in an easy to understand visual way. It breaks everything down nicely and should give you the answer you're looking for.


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Not all applications come from /Applications. Try pressing Option-Command-Space to bring up Spotlight search in a Finder window. After that, click the plus (+) button, located at the near top-right corner of the Finder window. Then, you should see a new bar that says "Kind is Any." Click on "Any," then, click on "Application." You should immediately see ...


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You can try a recovery software like wondershare recovery data or Disk Drill (i think you can download free trial), Those soft will be able to detect lost data (even deleted). There are many other soft you can test, but those two are great ! Hope this will help, Peace


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To get a visual representation of what is stored on a disk, including applications, try using GrandPerspective. GrandPerspective is a small utility application for Mac that graphically shows the disk usage within a file system. It can help you to manage your disk, as you can easily spot which files and folders take up the most space. It uses a so called ...


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Data on an iPhone is always encrypted. To answer your question it helps to understand a few things about encryption on the iPhone. Your data is not actually encrypted with your passcode. Each file is encrypted with a key. Those keys are encrypted by other keys in several layers. These layers enable granular control over which applications and processes ...


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Your best option is to get a memory expansion module. I have a 2013 Air and I purchased the PNY 128gb StorEDGE. It's very fast and would double the available storage on your Air. As others have indicated, opening the Air to add another/bigger SSD would be more expensive and difficult than just adding an expansion module.


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You can reformat your HDD in FAT or exFAT format (from the Mac or from the PC), so you'll be able to use it with both machines. BTW the software to use on the mac is Disk Utility, in Applications /Utilities


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You can probably do this on your Mac book with an Ad-Hoc network, but I don't know how the performance will be with 20 users so purchasing a separate wifi access point (AP) is probably a good idea (Apple's Airport Express is very portable). In either case, you will want to setup a web (Apache) and DNS (Bind) server on your laptop. That is pretty easy to do ...


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If you try to buy the Lord of The Rings movie from iTunes, it should give you a "No space left" message. Tap that and it should make more room and update the available space counter. You could also try downloading this app (https://appsto.re/us/hUYK7.i) and cleaning junk data files once you've done the first step.


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It appears you are looking at the iCloud info in System Preferences on an Apple laptop or desktop. Inside System Preferences, after you click on iCloud, you then click on Manage in the lower right corner. When that window comes up, the top option is highlighted but not necessarily selected. If it's not selected, the backups will not show in the right column. ...



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