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Old 07-09-2019, 09:06 AM
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Default What to keep on Session drive

My PT session drive is starting to get full. Of course I have everything backed up, but I've always hesitated to delete anything off the session drive...not sure why.

So, I was wondering, assuming everything backed up from session drive on a regular basis - which it is, how do you all keep your session organized? Do you automatically delete anything older than a certain point? Or some other method? I want to get the drive better organized.
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