Hey Mac Sonoma 14 It has brought many new features aimed at making your Mac experience better and/or more enjoyable. One of them is the possibility of different use screen protectors (Screensavers) Landscapes, land and also underwater environments – something Apple TV users are well known for.
Although they’re a great new feature that can give your computer a new look, these recordings pose a problem: They can fill up your Mac’s storage space — which can leave you with no room to store apps, photos, videos, or files. The other.
It turns out that Apple, as of now, does not offer an easy/simple option to delete those screensavers that you have already downloaded.
But don’t worry, it’s not the end of the world either: Employees Ars Technica is foundIn further tests, these screen protectors use so-called Disinfectable storage For macOS, that is, the operating system starts deleting these screensavers (starting with the ones downloaded first) when the device’s storage space starts to fill up — behavior similar to what happens with iCloud files.
But you can delete them anyway if you prefer not to risk it. See below how to do it! 👨💻
Open Finder and in the menu bar, go to Go »Go to folder…. Optionally, you can also do this using a shortcut ⇧ Transformation ⌘ The command g. Then enter the following path:
With this folder open, click the subfolders until you find the security tools you want to delete. To delete it, select it, right-click on it and choose Move to Trash.
If necessary, confirm the action by entering your password or authenticating via Touch ID.
Next, delete these wallets from the system’s trash and wait a few seconds or minutes until the wallpaper becomes unavailable — you can check this by going to System Settings » Screen Saver.
In these cases, a down arrow icon will appear next to the screensaver, which means that to use it again, you’ll need to download it again.
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