Hello, first of all, before posting this I googled a lot about this subject without success. What happens here is that my 'About my Mac' says I've almost 10gb in backups when I don't even use a Time Machine and it's deactivated. My Mac is almost out of the box (1 week old) and I am using the Captain OS X. First I even thought it could be the iOS backups of my iPhone/iPad but then I noticed I've only one local backup for my iPhone and is currently using 2gb more or less, not even closer to 10. I also tried to use the terminal commands for the Time Machine backups to 'delete' them but as I mentioned before, since I don't have TM activated I don't have any backup created by it. So my question is: What's this 10 GB of backups data? Where is it or what's creating it? Thank you! PS: My model is a rMBP (last gen).