How to Clean Up a MacBook Hard Drive

How to clean your Mac?


We do everything to save every image, every document and every video we want the MacBook. The hard disk is almost full, and the computer is slow when accessing files. The final mass of disk space MacBook is not just a performance down menu, but also undermined the system to hang. This allows you to clean the hard drive and restore some much-needed Mac, and speed.

    put all your personal files and documents on the disk. These files include all files in word processing, spreadsheets and database files. Label all disks for quick recovery.

      Delete all files of personal documents that you do not open for a year from your hard drive. When you record a disc, you still have copies of these files if you need it later. Arrange the rest of the files in folders labeled for each type of application — “Spreadsheet”, “Databases” and so on.

        Put your iPhoto and video files on a disk. Delete files from your hard drive. If you want to keep some files on your system, simply choose your favorites.

          Open iTunes and other programs,”i”  in the family, and to copy or delete all the music you play or something. Do not forget to copy and delete the podcasts you may have.

            Open your email client and delete messages and emails. You must store, save them to disk. Open your instant messaging client and delete all the chat logs.

              Remove unused programs you have downloaded or made when it was purchased a MacBook. Insert your Mac system files alone, and do not delete the programs that come with the system. Remove all unused icons on your desktop.

                Open Safari, click “Edit” then “Empty Cache” to clear all the saved pages. In Internet Explorer, click on “Tools” then “Internet Options” and then “Remove” in the “Browsing History”. A menu appears and you can then choose to delete temporary Internet files and other files.

                  Drain waste and waste system placed in iPhoto. Cleaning your system is complete.

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