Speed up your Mac with this tip

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Here’s a quick tip that can speed up your Mac computer. Over time, your Mac can accumulate a lot of unnecessary files, such as old downloads, temporary files, and cache files. These files can take up valuable space on your hard drive and slow down your computer.

Here’s how to clear them out. Start by opening your Finder.

Type Shift + Command + G to Open the Go to Folder Window.  Type ~/Library/Caches and hit Go.

The Caches folder will open. Select the files you no longer need and delete them.

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