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How to Clear All User/System Log Files on Mac
If you deleted junk files and installed useless applications, your Macbook/iMac still run out of space. At this time, you should inspect and check the users or system log files. There are two ways for you to clear log files: manually or CleanMyMac 3.
2.Type ~/Library/Logs in the popup window and hit “Go” to reach the folder.
3.Press Command-A to select all log files and select “Move to Trash”.
4.Empty trash and restart Mac.
1. The steps above ensure you to clear users log files but not system log files.
2. Recommend you to remove the files in the folders not the folder themselves.
CleanMyMac 3, a highly recommended mac cleaner to release Mac internal memory and improve its running space and performance. Follow the guide below to clear both users and system log files on Mac with one-click.
Step 1 Download and Run CleanMyMac 3
Download and install CleanMyMac on your Macbook/iMac. Run the program after install and click into System Junk in the left. Hit the Scan button in the bottom-middle to scar out system junk files in your Mac.
Step 2 Clear Users/System Log Files
When the scanning complete, you will see the size of system junk files, including outdated caches files, old logs, extrac application binaries, unused language files and broken app data shown in the below interface.
You can click Clean button to remove all the files in the scanning results from Mac. If you just want to clear user and system log file, hit the Review Details option. Deselect all and tick system log files and user log files. Click Clean button to finish the process.
After clearing large user and system log files, its not difficult to find that your Mac is running much more smooth and much more space for you to store information and apps. If you think this guide is useful, please share it to Facebook or Twitter.