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OS 10.5 - Leopard 7-10GB size question


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This is going to sound uber-noob to many of you, mainly because I'm still pretty much an uber-noob when it comes to Mac. I've only been a solid user since halfway through Tiger.

Anyhow, I see Leopard requires 7-10GB of free disk space. No problem. I'm sitting on 32GB right now, but my question is, what happens to the space Tiger is currently taking up on my hard drive? Will Leopard simply replace it, or am I simply going to drop to 22-25GB regardless?
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