where did all this stuff come from?????

i just looked in all documents and in the 2 weeks iv had my mac iv found masses of stuff,theres allsorts like jpgs,gifs,some from emails,loads of stuff,how does it get there and how do i stop it accumulating?can i delete it?

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Clarification Request
Where is "all documents"

You are surprised that using your Mac causes you to accumulate stuff.

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didnt know i was saving everything!

hi,i looked in all docs,pictures ect but cant see an option that stops everything being saved,can you tell me how to stop it all being saved,its saving absolutely EVERYTHING

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follow up on-didnt know i was saving everything

help,im just going through all documents and trashing and theres hundreds of jpeg images and graphs that iv never seen before,theres little images from emails ect

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I get the impression ...

your browsers cache is set to your Documents folder in stead of the normal one you don't see. What browser do you use? Can you find it's cache settings?


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hi thanks

im using google chrome,not sure where to look

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If no answer comes here by the end of the USA day ...
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(NT) Stop using Chrome and see if the problem persists

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