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We’ve done some research to find out which apps are the best for cleaning up the files and folders that have accumulated on your Mac’s storage.
The AirTag is a canvas on which ElevationLab has painted features: a keyring and protection against scratches and immersion in water.
The water-resistant Envoy Pro SX Thunderbolt SSD is just as fast as its USB/Thunderbolt sibling, but it's only $20 less.
An excellent means of clearing gigabytes of unused system gunk off your Mac, but the Malware Removal and Updater features need to be improved.
Its UI is a little clunky, but CCleaner works well with an amazing amount of customization.
Onyx is a powerful utility that can be very handy, but take some time to learn the ins and outs of the app.
DaisyDisk succeeds in making it pretty simple (and actually somewhat fun) to track down and eliminate space-hogging files on your Mac.
Bullguard for Mac is unbelievably simple virus protection—perhaps too simple.
Malwarebytes Privacy VPN does a good job with respectable speeds, a fair price, a well known company, and an easy-to-use app.
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