Even though Mac users are free from the hassle of having to reinstall Mac OS X on a
monthly basis, they still need to keep their computers clean and healthy, in order to have a decent working operating system.
With almost every application that you install come caches, universal binaries, unnecessary logs and languages, install preferences, support files, etc., while dozens of widgets may be half uninstalled or simply lying unused on your Mac's hard drive. In case you didn't know, all this clutter not only occupies valuable disk space, but also slows down your Mac. It can become a nightmare if you decide to clean everything up manually. Luckily, there's a tool to do this job automatically, as well as much safer. That tool is CleanMyMac.
Comparable to applications like AppZapper, CleanMyMac boasts a useful Application Remove feature, which analyzes not only the application itself, but everything it consists of. So, if it has some additional bundles or some external plugins, CleanMyMac will find and remove them. However, CleanMyMac does so much more.