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Monolingual

Almost all Mac apps incorporate support for languages the World over, allowing every piece of software to be displayed in your native tongue, no matter what it is. But do you really need all the others? And wouldn't you rather have the disk space they take up to use for files that matter to you? Sure you would, and Monolingual will get it for you. It will read through apps, library files and so forth, deleting the language packs you don't need. Use it regularly - we do.

Monolingual

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OmniGroup OmniDiskSweeper

Yes, it's name is a mouthful, but this handy utility provides you with a readout of everything that's stored on your hard drive and where it is - including folders usually hidden by the Finder. Scan your drive and you can quickly see which folders are packed with files, photos, videos or tunes you no longer need, and, at the click of a button, you can delete them to make room for other stuff. This handy tool makes de-cluttering your drive a very straightforward process indeed.

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