Ever had your Mac almost (or completely) run out of disk space? If so, you've probably also tried to find out what's taking up so much space and how to get rid of junk. Sometimes this is easy, although most of the time a lot of the files that are hogging your Mac of much needed space can be tricky to find and remove safely. That's why almost 100,000 people trust Disk Diet to safely and easily clean their Macs.
Here's what you can clean with Disk Diet: Removes unused language translations from applications. Cleans up caches. Cleans out the downloads folder. Cleans out the mail downloads folder. Cleans out old iOS software updates. Cleans out old logs. Cleans out old developer folders. Empties the iPhoto trash. Empties the trash. Choose which drive to put on a diet, including external USB drives.
New* Full macOS 10.13 compatibility * Added ability to choose unused apps by last month, last year or last 2 years * Using two decimal places for GB sizes (ex: 1.54GB instead of 1.5GB) * Cleaning out more caches folders * Updated Paddle service to 3.0.28, which improves and fixes many issues they were having
* Issue where some apps would show as never used when they had been previously launched * Minor issues with some UI alignments for different languages
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish