Did you know that as your Mac inevitably begins to accumulate junk on its hard drive, it can start to slow down and act sluggish? On top of that all that junk is also bound to start taking up lots of valuable storage space, leaving you with less room for files that really matter.
Because of all that, you should try to get into the habit of regularly cleaning your Mac. All that you really need to do is remove any junk files (or indeed any files that aren’t ever being used). Unfortunately as much as that might sound like a piece of cake, it is actually anything but and attempting to do so manually would take ages.
Instead of manually going through each and every folder on your Mac one by one and trying to find all the junk files that are on it – you could instead opt to use Movavi Mac Cleaner. It is a Mac system cleaner will make the task easier, and all you need to do is:
- Launch Movavi Mac Cleaner.
- Let the automated scan find all the junk files on your Mac.
- Review the results of the scan and click ‘Start Cleaning’ to remove them all.
When you go over the results of the scan, you will be able to see precisely how space is being wasted on your Mac. By default Movavi Mac Cleaner will detect and delete all the junk files on your Mac, including cache files, logs, trash bins, old large files, unused localization options, and duplicate files. If you want you can choose to only delete certain types of junk files, instead of removing them all in a single click.
To improve your Mac’s performance further, you should also make full use of the ‘Uninstaller’ in Movavi Mac Cleaner. It is a great feature that will let you remove apps while ensuring no leftover files remain. In fact it is so effective that it can even track down leftovers from apps that were uninstalled through other means, as well as allow you to uninstall native OS X apps that normally can’t be removed.
In addition to cleaning out your Mac so thoroughly, Movavi Mac Cleaner has several other notable features. Within it you’ll find a ‘Shredder’ that can be used to delete confidential files, as well as its very own antivirus and firewall to keep your Mac safe from various threats.