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Old Jan 5, 2013, 08:00 AM   #1
suclearnub
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Mountain Lion, and 'Backups'

I am trying to free up space so that I can install Boot Camp for later, but when I check my internal SSD's space (Apple menu -> About this mac -> more info -> storage), I found that the 'Backups' section used a whopping 32GB. What is it, and how do I remove it? I use Time Machine if that helps.
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