Mac maintenance: How can you deep clean your Mac?

Posted by David Brown, April 28, 2016

Do you feel that your Mac is getting slower and slower? That your applications take a long time to launch? That you're running out of disk space? If so, do something about it!
Proper Mac maintenance is critical: regular deep cleaning keeps it running at peak capacity for a long time.
If you don't keep up with cleaning, useless and unwanted files will accumulate over time. Your Mac's performance will diminish gradually and you won't be able to recover it. You don't need any special IT expertise to clean your Mac. Here are the three most widely known cleanup tips that you can use to recover disk space in just a few clicks.
Simply download OneSafe Mac Cleaner ! It will safely help you to follow all the steps listed below

Uninstall programs that you no longer use

This seems obvious, but many of us don't always remember to delete the programs that we installed at some point, but no longer use. The first step is to definitively remove these useless programs, as well as any malware that may have been installed without your knowledge.
To uninstall these programs: Open your Finder and click on the 'Applications' folder, then right click on the program name and select 'Move to Trash'. To avoid storing the deleted files indefinitely, remember to empty your trash regularly to remove them definitively.

After uninstalling programs, it's time to clean!

These unwanted files may leave traces behind in various folders after they are deleted. To ensure that your Mac is completely clean, OneSafe Mac Cleaner automatically scans your entire system and empties all trash cans to definitively remove all unwanted files.
This kind of cleaning can easily recover a few gigabytes of disk space over the span of a few minutes. This cleanup software can be downloaded by clicking here or on the button below:

Delete unused localization files

Did you know that the Mac operating system includes language files for all existing languages? A lot of your native applications also use these files. When not used, they take up a significant amount of space on your hard drive.
The key is to delete all the language files you don't need. You can seek them out manually on your Mac, or use software like OneSafe Mac Cleaner, which will help you instantly locate and delete them. Based on the results of the scan, you will be able to find all these language files and see how much disk space you can gain by getting rid of them.
This cleanup software can be downloaded by clicking here or on the button below:

Clean up any lingering traces of miscellaneous and residual files

Some files that we don't pay attention to can still monopolize space on your Mac, but can be safely deleted.
These files include: error logs, update notifications, diagnostic reports and cache files. There are lots of them and they can be hard to find, especially for IT newbies.
Delting them is crucial to freeing up disk space on your Mac and keeping it running smoothly. To make cleaning easier and hassle free, it's best to use a dedicated app, such as OneSafe Mac Cleaner. This program installs quickly and automatically looks for unnecessary files and deletes them based on your choices. You can scan your Mac for free by downloading the program here.

Free up disk space on your Mac in just a few steps:

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Download the OneSafe Mac Cleaner diagnostic tool

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Run the automatic analysis to identify the files that are weighing down your Mac.

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Get a free report. OneSafe Mac Cleaner frees up space on your Mac's hard drive and helps restore performance