Hello there, I'm new to this Forum so if this is the incorrect place to post this thread please be understanding. I am a new mac user. After five years of PC's I have chosen to return to my roots and purchase an iMac. Now i have had this iMac for nearly eight months and have had no problems. However, I came across an app called "Clean My Mac." And naturally wanting to keep my brand new machine in the best condition possible I downloaded the free trail. After I used it to scan my mac it came back telling me that I have over 1.4 GB of files that should be deleted to maximize my performance and prevent future problems. It said that I should delete 580 MB worth of Caches, 12.66 MB of Logs, 19.24 MB of Language files, 209.25 MB of Universal Binaries, 187.54 MB of System Junk, and 916 KB of Leftovers. Now Like I said I want to keep my iMac in the best shape I can. So I want to get the advice of others before I potently make a mistake. Is it wise to get rid of all these files? And what are the risks and benefits of preforming this kind of maintenance? I feel slightly foolish for being so nervous over making a decision like this. But I thought it would be a good idea to get advise from more experienced Mac users. Thank you in advance for your help!