No one likes to find themselves running out of hard drive space on their Mac. Weeding through files and deciding what to delete and what to keep is a painful process and one that none of us likes. One of the biggest causes of wasted space are duplicate files. Luckily there are a few easy ways to locate them and clear them out, in turn saving yourself some valuable disk space. Here's how!
If you've ever tried to download an app, video, or file onto your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad only to get the dreaded "out of storage space" error, then you know how frustrating it can be. Wether you have 16GB, 32GB, or more, it feels like we're only ever a few big games, albums, or 1080p movies away from being full up. Luckily, iOS 7 makes it easy to see what exactly is taking up the precious storage space on your device, and remove it so you can go back to downloading new stuff. Here's how!
Dropbox is not only a convenient way to store files from your computer for access anywhere, but a convenient service to free up some physical storage space on your iPhone or iPad. Lots of third party apps support uploading files to your Dropbox. For photos and videos from your Camera Roll, if you don't want to use the instant upload feature Dropbox offers, you can also choose to just upload multiple photos and videos of your choosing only when you want.