Remove application files that were designed for other platforms, such as Intel or PowerPC. These files are unnecessary and can be safely removed without impairing application performance.
Binaries scans your applications and locates the files designed for other platforms. These files will be marked for removal upon your approval. The files that were designed for the platform that your Mac uses will be left untouched.
Your system and your applications contain many large language files for languages that you may not understand. These files serve no other purpose than to take up space on your hard drive.
Languages scans your system and your applications for different interface languages that waste disk space. Languages you wish to keep will be excluded from the scan so that you don't accidentally delete them. Simply define which languages you wish to exclude under Preferences.
Macs collect system and user log files, which contain events that have been “logged” by your computer. These files can be safely removed without impairing any system functions.
Logs scans your hard drive for system and user log files that waste disk space. If you wish to keep any of these files for any reason, simply uncheck them after the scan and they will not be removed.
System and user cache files are created to store information that can be used later to speed up certain tasks. They are also used by your browser to make online activity more efficient. However, over time, these files build up and take up large amounts of space. Removing them is safe and can free up extra space on your hard drive.
Caches scans your hard drive for system and user cache files that waste your disk space. If you wish to keep any of these files for any reason, simply uncheck them after the scan and they will not be removed.
Prevent future junk by making sure you're not just sweeping old applications under the rug when you’re trying to delete them. When you drag an application to the Trash, its preferences, caches and logs stay behind on your Mac's hard drive. These ﬁles no longer serve any purpose and just waste space.
Use Smart Uninstaller instead of dragging applications to the Trash. Smart Uninstaller completely removes applications, widgets, browser extensions, plugins, and even leftover files so you can be sure the applications you don't want are actually gone for good.
Deleting unnecessary copies of your files can slim down your hard drive and free up disk space on your Mac.
Duplicates Finder can even find file copies with different names. Duplicates Finder looks for file copies that take up space on your Mac's hard drive. Duplicate files are located and listed for you, but won't be deleted without your approval.