df -h /
to see the OS's take on things. Or you could try using the new Launcher that @ZOS_MollyH posted about recently:
df -H /
Thanks for letting me know that's still not working properly! We have had some similar reports, and at this time the best way to get ESO:TU installed fresh on a new Mac is to use the following link:
This will download the unpacked Launcher installation to circumvent the Java errors due to the scaling issues on newer Macs.
Please be sure to let us know if there are any problems with this workaround!
Hi @Seedier ! Finder sometimes shows disk space without including local snapshots and backups, which will give you an erroneously high free space number even though that space isn't necessarily usable until you get rid of the snapshots and backups.
Open up the Terminal App and type
sudo tmutil disablelocal
(enter your system password when prompted, although you won't see anything being typed).
It will take a while for the system to delete the folder. It is renamed instantly to “.MobileBackups.trash” and consequently deleted. You will notice a slower Mac and the fans could start up. But after a few minutes everything should be back to normal.