Guide to Delete Cache Files on Mac OS X
In the Mac operating system, you use many applications for the various purposes. These applications or programs keep some cache files that are stored on the Mac hard drive and occupy a vast space and make the Mac very slow. These cache files are of no importance. Therefore, it is very important to delete cache files on Mac OS X properly to make your Mac computer easily accessible. You can remove cache files on Mac OS X with the help of various manual or automatic methods. Some manual methods are given here with the help of which you can resolve this issue easily. But if the manual method, will not help you properly to get rid of the issue, then you should download and install MacKeeper Tool to fix the problem automatically.
When the cache files get stored on your computer hard disk then it will behave unusually. It will create a huge problem form you as slow performance of the computer, opening of the files or applications gets incomplete in the middle, automatic shutdown of the computer, system sticking, screen freezing with grey or blue screen of death error, etc.
How to delete cache files on Mac OS X –
You can remove cache files on Mac OS X with the help of the following manual steps:
- Open the Finder window and select Go to Folder option in the Go
- Type ~/Library/Caches and press enter.
- Go to each folder and try to delete everything.
Note: You should remove the cache of files insides of these folders, but not the folders themselves.
At the end of the manual process, you successfully delete cache files on Mac OS X. But one thing you should keep in your mind that going through this manual method requires a deep technical knowledge. So, you should download MacKeeper Tool if you are not expert technically.
MacKeeper Tool is a very dynamic tool that can delete the entire cache and duplicate files automatically. It will also remove virus and other infections from the Mac computer completely. The tool will scan and find out the computer to remove the problems and enhance the performance of the computer amazingly.