My MacBook Pro HD is approx 200 GB. When I add up sizes of all folders using Get Info (Apps, User, Library, etc) I get about 92GB. When I open a Finder window, it shows (bottom of window) about 16GB available. It appears as if all folders on HD are counted twice (or is it a coincidence?): double 92 gives 184 ... 16 left?? Disk Utility also gives the same figures. "OmniDiskSweeper" scan of HD shows 80.5 GB for Volumes, 74.0 GB for Users, 4.7 GB for Library, 3.9 for Applications (+few other folders etc total ~6 GB). How do I get to see the 'real' (i.e. correct) amount of free space available (or have all the folders actually been written twice on the HD?). Two days ago, I did a Restore from Time Machine ... could that have kept the previous stuff and put the Restored stuff on the HD as well? If so, how could I see all the files so I can tell what to delete to get back to around only 92 GB? Any suggestions please??