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You can try Daisy Disk and it will give you a pictorial view of your drive and what is taking up space. It has a free trial so you can use it without buying it. There is also a free app called Disk Inventory X which does about the same but lists the sizes of everything it "sees". It also makes a colored map of you disk. I highly recommend you use these to ...


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The general method of properly uninstalling games downloaded via steam: Go to your games Library on the Steam app. Next, use the sidebar to select the game that you want to uninstall. Click on the gear-shaped settings button > manage > uninstall. Refer to the attached screenshot for a detailed view:


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The install didn’t do well. If you have a good backup, I would perform another erase install (or the first erase install if you just reinstalled the OS. Apple doesn’t define a factory reset, so we have no clue what that means unless you reference a written process you performed). https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204904 What makes an erase install is step ...


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To troubleshoot this, here are the questions I’d ask: What partition is it booting from? If your booting from disk1s6 it's no wonder it giving you the message as it's only 10.9GB in size and the OS will easily fill that up with updates and other stuff. Also, define "restoring to factory settings" as this could mean different things. Did you erase the ...


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The screenshot with the panic shows that the reason for the kernel panic was that launchd stopped running. I would suggest looking at the log files for launchd to see if you can find the reason for that in there. Usually you'll see something like "exited at instruction [...]" or "trying to read/write [...]" or "[...] (sent by PID [...])" right before the ...


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I find Apple's breakdown of Storage to be neither reliable nor informative. If you're running out of space and can't explain why, then first thing to do is to boot into Safe Mode. Then Restart normally. This process may let the OS do some housekeeping, deleting temporary files and some caches. Next, use an app like OmniDiskSweeper, or DaisyDisk. These ...


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