Saturday, 27 April 2013

How to find and delete system junks in Mac?

Are you looking for the process of removing junk files from your Mac hard disk? Would you like to know how to clean your Mac drive? If you are encountering slow performance of you Mac then it might be due to loads of system junks, duplicate files, caches etc.. These system junks are responsible for slowing down your Mac performance.

There are many Mac users who does not take care of their Mac from these junk files. After some time they face many problem-

Slow booting process
Blue screen error
Slow performance of Mac

Following steps will help you to clean your Mac:-
1. Open your application folder, removing all unused applications.
2. Remove all language, this can free up to 2GB of space.
3. Open iPhoto and delete duplicate photos.
4. Open iTunes and delete all of the music and podcasts which you no longer need.
5. Go through your Documents, Movies, and Pictures folder and delete all unused data which you are not using.
6. Clear out old email messages.
7. Go to ~/Library/Caches/, and delete all caches.
8. Go to ~/Library/Safari/, and delete the "Icons" folder.
9. You can remove all Xcode installer, located in /Applications/Installers/.
10. Remove unnecessary iChat icons from ~/Pictures/iChat Icons/.

Above described steps are very useful to clean your Mac but it will be a lengthy process so, if you want to save your time then you must use any duplicate Mac file remover for your Mac.  Drive ToolBox is very reliable tool for Mac users. It has speed Up utility which helps to remove all junk files, duplicate files, caches, language files, binary files etc.. in a single click and show you the amount of free space. You can visit here:-

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