One shortcoming of Apple’s current MacBooks is that except for the last-of-the-Mohicans non-Retina 13-inch MacBook Pro, they all come with smallish flash drives. You can opt fpr larger capacity SSDs, but anything larger than 256 GB will be pretty expensive. The SSDs’ speed, quietness, and immunity to shock damage are all great. The adjustment of migrating from a machine with a 500 GB or larger hard disk drive to one with a 128 GB or 256 GB SSD not so much.
Disk Diet is a utility that optimizes free space on your SSD or any drive with one click.
Disk Diet Features:
• Removes unused language translations from applications.
• Cleans up caches.
• Cleans out temporary files.
• Cleans out the downloads folder.
• Cleans out the mail downloads folder.
• Cleans out old logs.
• Cleans out old developer folders with optional in-app purchase.
• Empties the iPhoto trash.
• Empties the trash.
• Choose which drive to put on a diet, including external and USB drives.
New in Version 4.5:
• Optionally turn off some areas for faster cleans.
• Resolved issues with iPhoto.
• Compatible with Mac OS X 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9
• 64 bit processor
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