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I'm half-full, but 80% of it is stuff that could be dumped onto an external drive... anyone wanna give me one?
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My iBook is very lean! I don't have many files or junk.
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I clean up my Mac of files and the like I don't need at least once a week. It's not even half full!

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i keep all files i dont use to often on an external HD, ie movies, pictures etc. But i probably need to go through apps to get rid of stuff i dont use. But when i do that, i always seem to think of a reason to keep it.

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I am anal when it comes to cleaning and maintaining my computer. To give you an example, I trash (most) emails soon after they've been read, including emptying the trash before leaving the Mail app /account. Tonight I came home to 14 emails (zero spam, don't receive spam), and now my in-box (and trash can) are empty. My files are neat and tidy. I've always been a clean freak and it carries over to my Mac too.
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