Once you receive a new Mac, the first things must include installing personalized apps for your own studying, working or entertaiment. Yet, as day goes by, you may find there are too many apps installed on macOS and they take up considerable storage space. Well, at this moment you realize you need to delete those unused apps and free up storage space. Then how to track down large apps and delete them all?
The latest version of Mac operating system, renamed as macOS, provides a very handy tool – Storage Management – to hunt large applications installed on the system, to view the last time they were used, and to delete unwanted apps easily from the Mac. To use this feature, you need to upgrade your Mac to macOS Sierra 10.12 or later.