- Apr 12, 2001
macOS Sierra, available today, includes a built-in storage optimization feature that's designed to free up storage space on a Mac by storing rarely used files in iCloud, regularly emptying the trash, removing unnecessary files, and more.
It's a handy feature that can give you a good amount of additional storage space with a set of tools that you normally had to download a third-party storage optimization app to use. Here's how to take advantage of Sierra's Optimize Storage feature:
- Click on the Apple logo at the top of the menubar and select "About This Mac" from the list of options.
- Choose the "Storage" tab at the top to see an overview of how much storage you're using on your Mac.
- Click on "Manage" to open up the optimization options.
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Article Link: macOS Sierra: Save Disk Space With the New 'Optimize Storage' Option