Hi, My backups are becoming crazy in size, unnecessarily. My backups are now double the size of the entire drive, which is rather nuts IMHO. Is there a way to prune Time Machine so only the last version of any file that ever existed is kept? Example: I create 3 files in January 1990, A, B, and C. I delete A in Feb, B in March, and C in April. Meanwhile, TM has maybe 50 copies of these files because I edited them regularly. Is there any way I can clear out all the copies and keep the last version before I deleted them? I want to do this for the entire backup. I hope my question makes sense. This way, TM can remain useful, but without the crazy excesses. I know TM is only supposed to keep certain data for a while, but the fact I have 160 Gb of data on my hard disk total, and 400 Gb in backups, is silly. I don't need all of it.