MacLife

Before you back up

have various files on our Macs that we no longer need: old apps and installers, email attachments we haven’t needed in years, long-forgotten TV shows and other digital dust. It’s a good idea to get rid of them from time to time, and it’s useful to do so before beginning a backup or a new backup routine: they take up unnecessary

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