Does your Mac have a lot of junk on its hard drive that is filling up its storage space and may even be affecting its performance? If you don’t know and have never checked then there’s probably quite a bit of junk there – which is why you may want to clean it out sooner rather than later.
Before you start to try manually finding junk on your hard drive, it may be worth knowing that there are easier (and less time consuming) ways to clean it. By far the easiest is by enlisting the help of Movavi Mac Cleaner to automate most of the process.
To start cleaning your Mac with Movavi Mac Cleaner, all you really need to do is launch it. As soon as you do the software will automatically start to scan your Mac and find all the duplicate files, logs, cache files, trash bins and other types of junk that may be lurking on your hard drive. Once the scan is done, you will be able to either delete all the junk in a single click or choose to only delete certain types.
That should clean up most of your Mac, but to free up even more space and boost its performance further you should also take advantage of the other features in Movavi Mac Cleaner. One that is particularly noteworthy is its ‘Disk Usage’ feature that will visually show you where how the storage space is being spent on your hard drive and let you delete anything you don’t need.
Additionally the ‘Uninstaller’ feature in Movavi Mac Cleaner may prove handy as well, as it can help you to cleanly remove apps that you no longer need. More importantly it will find any leftovers from apps that you uninstalled in the past, and let you delete them too.
Topping off the features in Movavi Mac Cleaner are its ‘Shredder’ as well as the built-in antivirus and firewall. With the ‘Shredder’ you can safely delete confidential files and ensure they can’t be restored, whereas the antivirus and firewall will shield your Mac from viruses and other threats.
In short Movavi Mac Cleaner will not only help you to clean up Mac quickly and easily, but also ensure that you’re able to free up significant space and boost its performance. All in all your Mac should be in much better shape by the time you’re done with it.