Clean up Mac Junk Files to Free up Disk Space

There are various junk files on Mac like system junk, iTunes junk, iPhoto junk, and email junk that takes up a lot of storage space and slows your Mac’s performance. PowerMyMac does a full scan of all kinds of junk files on your Mac for you to delete. You can also locate the duplicate files, similar photos, and large&old files to do a cleanup. All files can be safely deleted because you’re allowed to view and choose desired one before cleaning.

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Get Rid of Browsing Data to Speed up Mac Browsers

Regular maintenance on browsers can optimize and speed up the processing ability of your Mac system. Casual browsing is likely to lead to the disclosure of private privacy. With PowerMyMac's Privacy feature, you can safely clear out all the browsing data like searching history, cookies, caches, and downloads to protect your personal privacy and speed up your browsers' operation.

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Completely Uninstall Apps to Gain Tons of Space

You must have some applications you seldom use but they really eat out a huge space on your Mac. Hence, PowerMyMac is coming to completely uninstall those apps (have been discovered for months and even years) for you with just a few clicks. It scans all the apps for you and you can have a preview before removing. Tons of space will come back once you have pressed the “Clean” button.


Tech Specs

System Requirements

macOS 10.13 and higher

Supported Device Models:

MacBook, MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Pro, Mac mini.

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