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Hey Guys,

I upgraded my MacBook to Mountain Lion straight from Snow Leopard and i noticed that in a Finder window I'm now unable to see how many GB of storage I have on it. It used to be at the bottom of the window but now I have no idea how to see how many GB I have left.

Please help me

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Got to Finders View menu and put a check mark by "Show Status Bar" or use command / when a Finder window is active.

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