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    How To Delete Temporary Files Or Cache From MacBook

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    A cache is any temporary storage location for copies of files or data. Removing the cache periodically helps in keeping your identity safe and makes your computer applications run more efficiently.

    Deleting temporary files in Mac Book improves its performance and speed. Temporary files slow down the performance and utilizes space. Temporary media files can be images, text files, etc. These files help in reducing internet-data usage and speed up software installation on your Mac Book. 

    Periodic cleaning of cache is important for the smooth and efficient functioning of your machinery. It makes apps run better and prevent you from using expired forms that your Mac gathered when you visited any site for the first time.

    Here, how we can clear up cache or temporary files in Mac.

    How to clear the cache on Mac using shortcuts?

    Step 1: Go to the main screen (desktop).

    Step 2: Then, press 'shift-command-G' with the Finder window open.

    Step 3: Enter the command ‘~/Library/Caches’ into the search box.

    Step 4: Tap ‘go’.

    Now, a new window will open consisting of Mac's cached files.

    Step 5: Now, press and hold ‘command-A’ to select all the folders.

    Step 6: Then, press ‘command-delete’.

    Step 7: You might to see a message pop-up asking to confirm.

    Step 8: You require to enter your Mac's password to complete it.

    How to clear the cache on your Mac without using shortcuts?

    Step 1: Minimize or close all the windows to see the ‘Finder’.

    Step 2: Then, tap on ‘go’.

    Step 3: Below go, choose ‘go to folder’ in the drop-down list.

    Step 4: Enter the command ‘~/Library/Caches’ into the search box.

    Step 5: Tap ‘go’.

    Now, a new window will open consisting of Mac's cached files.

    Step 6: Now, go back up to the toolbar on the top of the screen.

    Step 7: Then, tap on ‘edit’.

    Step 8: Click on ‘select all’.

    Step 9: Below ‘file,’ in the toolbar on the top of the screen.

    Step 10: Choose ‘move to trash.’

    Step 11: You require to enter your Mac's password to complete the action.

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