I did that as well, but it didn't really free up anything significant for me (probably because I only deleted a few things, and kept anything that I thought would be remotely needed, or if I didn't know what it was). Let me know your results with doing that.Thanks. I also found Lang2.2 when I searched on clean up crap. People say these two go great together. So I'm in the middle of running then in my terminal now
I'm not sure what they are, (possibly something used by your jailbreak/OS tweaks?) but it would be very wise not to delete them. It would be bad news if you had to restore and lose your jailbreak because of it.In Lang2.2 I can choose yes or no to the deletion of each file it finds. I removed all language packs, but after that it found a bunch of files called de-AT.lproj and similar (other files ending with .lproj). What are these and should I delete them?
Hopefully not! I know this is about iPhones, but what is true for Macs is likely also true for iPhones, so consider the following:Does home have an app similar to Mac's CleanMyMac?
There are many things that impact performance. Running maintenance scripts or apps doesn't address all performance-related issues.Wow I always only heard good things about CleanMyMac. What I don't get then is why my parents' iMac has gotten pretty slow at moments if osx has its own maintenance program running in the background.
Having things installed has no affect at all on performance. Barring any hardware issues, only what's running at any point in time affects performance.I figured all the stuff they've installed (which is legit stuff, famous software) could clog up or something
No, the "cleaning" done by apps like this is, at best, unnecessary and in some cases can degrade performance (such as clearing caches).But do you think there aren't any benefits of CleanMyMac then? Only potential harm?
Click "edit" then "Advanced" and you can edit your title.Would be useful if I could scan my iPhone 4 to make it quicker by removing a bunch of garbage, mine is getting slow these days.
Edit: if I knew how to edit the topic title I could make it say "iPhone" where it says "home"..