In case you want to make sure that your Mac is working smoothly without any problems, then you should have at least 10% of its storage free at any time. There are many people who are wondering what exactly is using all of their Mac storage because they cannot remember all the apps they have installed. If you are in a situation like this, you should know that the simplest way to determine what’s using all your Mac storage is to download a third-party app.
These specially designed apps will display all the things that are using the Mac storage. There are many different apps like this, so we have decided to highlight three of them.
According to some experts, this is the best option you have in case you want to perform deep storage analysis. The app has a user-friendly interface and identifying the things that are “eating” your storage on Mac is easy. Keep in mind that there is a free trial version and a paid version which includes many other features.
This application is even simpler and it works smoothly. You can get it for free and find what takes up your Mac storage. It also provides suggestions about the things you can clear and how much free space you can expect after that.
Disk Inventory X
Disk Inventory X might not have the best interface, but it certainly gets the job done. This is a free app that can help you find large blocks of data and arrange them by type.