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i have a i book with 30 gig drive , when i bought it it had 14.75 gig available . i installed quicken and what seemed to be duplicates of i life and lost 5 gig , i uninstalled quicken and still lost 5 gig . is there a way to view your hard drive and delete what is not needed . ive tried but i cant view hard drive like you can on microsoft. any help would be greatle recieved .Ken from wales uk. :blind: :miner:
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