The Bridge and Its Slippery Cache: Adobe Photoshop CS4 One-on-Oneby Deke McClelland
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If you used the previous version of the Bridge, I recommend that you search your computer's main hard drive for a folder called Bridge CS3 that resides in an Adobe folder. Inside that, you should find a subfolder called Cache. Check its size. In the case of my MacBook Pro—a notebook with limited hard drive space—this folder weighed in at 4GB. If you're done with Bridge CS3, you're done with that folder. Throw it away and regain a lot of space.
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