It seems I'm somewhat inept when it comes to techie stuff. Here's my latest bind. My Mac can no longer do software updates because I don't have space on my hard drive. I have actually gotten a 1 terabyte external hard drive and have moved copies of all my files (music, documents, photos, etc.) onto it.
Now I ask, should I delete all my music and photos off my Mac now? It seems an obvious question, I know, but I'm not sure if deleting this stuff will free up enough space to get updates and download new stuff. I have a little over 69 gigs of music on my iTunes library. And I have a few thousand photos on iPhoto.
And if you're wondering, I have indeed gone through my Mac's hard drive and deleted as many programs and unimportant things that I could find. But now, I'm still faced with no room and there's really nothing left to delete (aside from music and photos). I have no movies stored or any space eating material like that.
Experts please help me with any advice you can offer.
I am deeply appreciative. Thanks,
~ So Sumi (aka Mark, aka Buddha's Righthand)