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How to Use MacClean

Welcome to MacClean online guide. Here you can find all detailed tutorials about how to use MacClean to clean junks, malicious cookies, potential risks as well as use the versatile Mac tuning tools. If you still have questions after reading this guide, please do not hesitate to contact our Support Team, and you will receive reply within 24 hours.

Language File Clean

Language File Clean option enables you to clean the multilingual files located in apps, which take up your disk space but you may not use anyway. You can remove useless files based on your needs. Please refer to the detailed tutorial below to make good use of MacClean.

Step 1: Preparations.

Do as following:
  • Open MacClean from your Dock or Application List
  • Click Cleanup Tools button (1)

Once you launch MacClean successfully, you will see the main interface as below:

The Main Interface

Please select Language File Clean button (2) under Cleanup Tool. Then, the interface will be displayed as below:

Select Language File Clean Function

Step 2: Analysis.

Do as following:
  • Tick languages unneeded.

MacClean will list the multilingual files located in your applications automatically. You can decide to select or deselect (3) all languages as you need. And you also can check the number and size of the files you tick from the bottom (4).

Select Language Files

Please notice that once you delete the data with MacClean, it will be erased permanently. Please be cautious before starting the cleaning process.

Step 3: Cleanup.

Do as following:
  • Click Clean button (5)
  • Click Remove button (6)

For any possible accidental operations, please click Remove button after clicking Clean to continue. To abort the step and go back to previous page, please click Cancel button (7).

Last Check Before Cleaning

1. It's safe for your computer system to delete some language files;

2. The default system language and the international language (English) are protected in MacClean from being erased.

After clicking Remove button , you will see the Cleanup Completed page. To go back to the previous page, please click Start Over button (8).

Cleanup Complete Page

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