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OS 10.5 - Where is 'Previous Systems' folder?


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Hi. I have reinstalled OS X Leopard twice and each time i lose 100MB which is apparently stored in the 'Previous Systems' folder. Where is this folder so i can delete the previous two systems.

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Hi. I have reinstalled OS X Leopard twice and each time i lose 100MB which is apparently stored in the 'Previous Systems' folder. Where is this folder so i can delete the previous two systems.
You could find it with Spotlight using the search word Previous.

I don't use Leopard, but in Tiger it's in Mac > System > Library > Previous System. Don't delete the latest one of the two Previous you have until you're sure that your present Leo version is working okay.
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