Mac's hard drive full to the brim when there's nothing in it!
New to this forum...please help me!
There's almost nothing in my Macbook Pro now...I have a couple of Photoshop apps that I need for work, but other than that, there's nothing...no backups, no nothing. I moved all my other files into a memory stick/USB. Plus when I opened 'About this Mac'--'More info'--'Storage', the apps and the other things didn't took only a bit of the space, but the 'other' yellow bar took 37.15 GB (More than half of the space!) Now there's only a few 0 KB free. Strange though, because the more I delete the apps, the less space is free. I swear, a moment ago, right before I made this thread, it was 40 something KB at least. Something is wrong. I restarted my computer, emptied my trash, and stopped any activity. I used the 'spotlight' to delete caches too. This is so strange...and I don't think my laptop has any virus either. Since I apparently now have 0 KB free, I can't download any other software to see what is taking so much space.
Btw, I'm using the 13-inch Macbook Pro (2011), and the new Mavericks.
Thank you so much. Sorry for the rant, but I'm desperate and tired.