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ok my mackbook pro has 111.2 gigs of disk space right now I have used 110.0 HOW!!!!!!!!!! what is this stuff taking up ALL f my disk space?!?!?! it is making my computer run at a snail pace. I need to know were all of this trash is that has no use to me and delete it. I have like 8 gigs of music and no movies and I guess I have a couple extra apps but nothing ridiculous. I haven't put anything on this computer to give it 40 gig. what is the stuff that is taking up all my space?and were I can locate and get it off my disk. THANKS FOR THE HELP!
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Check out this program:

id-design, inc. | WhatSize

It will tell you exactly what is taking up space and makes it easy to find the files.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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Check out this program:

id-design, inc. | WhatSize

It will tell you exactly what is taking up space and makes it easy to find the files.
I dont have 12 dollars. is there a free one?
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is it my cookies or somthing that is making me disk full? because I just deleted parallels desktop and now I nly have 3 GIGS FREE WTFFFFF
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It's a free trial. There are others as well, but they don't give you nearly the same kind of useful information. Here's another that's free: Disk Inventory X

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!
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Have you deleted the virtual machines also, besides just the parallels program? The VM's are pretty large!
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