When your car is malfunctioning, you take it to a mechanic. When your Mac isn’t working well, the answer isn’t always that simple. Various apps running in the background and forgotten files in the cache take up space and slow performance. But unlike automotive problems, cyber dilemmas don’t typically occur all at once; things get slower and slower, until you realize it’s spring cleaning time for your files. But where to start?
Try to install BuhoCleaner for Mac. There are many programs designed to keep your computer hard drive tidy, but this one does a lot more than just surface junk for junk every month or so. It has tools to help you get rid of built-in software that would otherwise be impossible to uninstall, and is fully optimized for Mac’s latest Big Sur operating system.
One click is all it takes for BuhoCleaner to do most of its work. It scans the drive, cleaning the cache completely and letting you know what it finds along the way. It can instantly spot the duplicate files we all have lying around and mark them for easy removal. Do you work at Xcode? There is also a function tailored to weed out any extraneous code that drags your performance.
Most importantly, it can save your Mac from third-party apps that leave you annoying (and speed-reducing) files, along with their persistent “reminders” to update. With a click or two, BuhoCleaner completely erases them from the drive, even those that are difficult to uninstall.
These and other benefits have earned BuhoCleaner five-star reviews across all tech sites. Ready to try it yourself? PCMag readers can get a subscription to a lifetime family plan BuhoCleaner for Mac for $ 12.99—56 percent off MSRP.
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