MacBook Air comes with enormous space to store large number of files and folders with quick access. But after certain point of time when you keep music files, videos, movies, games and install other applications, the disk left no more space to stock more data.
You can free-up space by excising the unwanted files and folders from your hard disk. Removing unnecessary files from the disk also help to boost the speed of your MacBook Air. Find below how to free up space on MacBook air with complete safety.
Find out Duplicate Files and Remove them
Most probably you have saved many media files two times at different location in your MacBook air. Find out such files and remove them, you will get lots of space in your disk. If you need help you can get MacBook air support available online.
Empty Trash Folder of your MacBook Air
Continuous deletion of files directly stored into the trash folder before you remove them permanently from the system. Having such files into trash folders also consumes lots of memory space of the hard disk that also affects system speed.
Clear Files form Download Folder
Downloading of large PDF files, movies, songs, applications and other data from the web stores them into a separate downloading folder, that also consumes memory of disk. Check the download folder and clear all such files to free up space.
Remove Attachment of files from Mails
Mails containing attachments need extra space to store into your computer system. Check mail folder from the library and delete attachments that that are stored into a separate folder. Make sure you have saved a copy of all the attachments.
Remove Language Files to Make Space
MacBook Air comes with language files for different language and you can switch your Mac into another system language or can use a single language. If you don’t need other language get MacBook pro tech support and remove them carefully.
Remove Temp Files and Clean Your Mac
Using MacBook for such a long days accumulates lots of unnecessary files and folders backup into the hard disk that eats lots of memory space. Uninstall unused applications, delete junk files, and remove old not using data to free up space to your disk. In case of help by specialists you can all to MacBook Air customer support phone number 1-877-910-4205.