Free Up Disk Space On MacStop worrying about start up disk space issues for your MacBook, you can easily delete those files and folder you don’t care about.

You can also replace your current hard drive with a larger model, have a 2nd internal hard drive.

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In this post we discuss additional tips that can save more hard drive space and clean up too.


1. Empty Trash Folder

The first step to make more space on Mac is to empty the trash folder, but make sure you don’t need them anymore.

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2. Delete User Caches in Mac OS X

The user caches contains cache files from almost all applications that are used in Mac OS X. Some apps leaves large folders that are no no longer required or used by the App.

On the “Go To Folder” or hit Command+Shift+G to bring up go to folder option, type ~/Library/Caches/


You can delete folders used by apps which are no longer in use.


3.Uninstall Unwanted Apps

AppCleaner [Free ] is a small application which allows you to thoroughly uninstall unwanted apps.




4. Run CCleaner For Cleaning Mac.

With CCleaner clear some of those useless files like Logs, Internet cache, internet history and many more unwanted files which are consuming space.

ccleaner mac


5. Determine the size of files and folders

Disk Inventory [Free] is a disk usage utility for Mac OS X 10.3 (and later) It shows the sizes of files and folders in a special graphical way.

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Look for stuff you won’t bother deleting.



6. Remove unnecessary language resources from OS X


Are you only using one language on your OS X?  So why to have a bunch of localization files that’s filling up your hard drive?

Get Monolingual and remove unnecessary language resources from OS X.




 Move iTunes Media folder Learn how to move your iTunes Media folder to a different location on your Mac.

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