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Discussion in 'MacBook' started by Prof., Jun 7, 2009.
If I delete them, I will clear up 700MB of disk space.
caches are used to make your computer run faster when they are deleted they regenerate right after but if you do delete them everything will be slow for a bit until u get enough caches back so its not recommend you deleted them unless you have some problem
I do it pretty regularly as part of my maintenance routine. Never had a problem.
Mine is only 6.4mb. That's 6 month's of caching.
My mac must think the crappy apps I use aren't worth disk space.
Unless you're experiencing a problem, I wouldn't delete them. They are there for a reason.
Bearing in mind that there are two Caches folders, and the one in User>Library is MUCH bigger than in MacintoshHD>Library.
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Congratulations -- you're regularly defeating Mac OS X's caching system, thereby reducing your OS's performance.