It’s good to do a manual backup on your site before you upgrade. But, those files are usually stored locally on your hosting space. If you use BackupBuddy and do a complete backup, you’re also backing up your backup files. Those could really start piling up and slowing everything down.
Plus, you’re paying for hosting space, so you don’t want to waste it on too many backup files. And, if you ever need to migrate your site, you’ll want to cut down on them before that too.
In this quick video, I’ll show you how to delete locally stored files of your backup that you created with BackupBuddy. You’ll see easy ways to get rid of the problem and keep it from happening again so your site runs fast and smooth.
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