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Does watching videos on You Tube take up much space on the computer,and if so how does one clear it?

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it doesn't use up any space as far as I know

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There was a little notice in the programme about it to:
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Would all fans please please note that any recording of any part of a GNFC Conference game is risking breach of conference copyright rules. Therefore, anybody found not adhering to this ruling will have action taken against them


Hope you'll be recording at any competitions that are at home in the future, not much they can really do about them.You could always resort to working for the Reporter and taking a thousand photos laugh.




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