Be sure that you only check those you truly want to remove, since CleanMyMac 3 does a thorough job and might remove user documents stored in folders that belong to any application you decide to purge. Once you've done this once, you probably won't be bothered by the Uninstaller again unless you install an application in the future that you want to purge. As this YouTube video shows, the software will give you an estimate of how much space it will free before you approve the changes: However, it doesn't remove hidden copies of any files you edit in Apple's Photos application on some test machines reported on CNET. This replaced iPhoto in OS X
Why Trust Me? JP previously reviewed CleanMyMac 3. Read on for the details! Here are a few phrases the MacPaw website use describes the app: It locates and removes large, hidden files, It updates, uninstalls, and resets your apps, It cleans browser and chat history, It quits hung apps and heavy CPU consumers. Is It Safe?