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The Application Support folder size from Get Info is 31Gb, total Applications is 5Gb. I have looked through each folder in the Application Support folder but cannot find anything anywhere that will result in 31Gb - are some of these files hidden? I have used the unhide function in Terminal but still nothing showing.
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so,do you have any guidance on my query?
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Best I can suggest is to grab WhatSize - best of the apps I've found if you want to know what's using the space on your drive.

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