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While OS X is from the unix realm, it does not have the function you may be familiar with in Linux of having separate partitions for your system files, user files and virtual memory. Just start using your extra drives as storage space - after you set aside what you need for backup of course.

For partitioning and formatting you'll use Disk Utitlity, found in Applications/Utilities.

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