When deleting files on a computer, the files do not usually disappear immediately and will first enter the Trash or Recycle Bin. This time we will share how to delete the contents of the Trash on macOS automatically.
The utility of the Trash app on macOS is temporary disposal before user-deleted files are permanently deleted. Its function is similar to the Recycle Bin on the Windows operating system.
If you allow junk files in Trash to accumulate, they will eventually fill up the storage memory on your Mac. Therefore, it is necessary to periodically delete the junk files in Trash.
But surely you often empty the junk files in Trash manually. In fact, there is an easier way to empty it automatically.
So, this time we will share how to delete the contents of Trash macOS automatically. This way you won’t have to bother deleting junk files manually. Come on, listen to the tutorial!
- Open Finder, then select Preferences.
- Then click on Advanced.
- Check on Remove items from the Trash after 30 days.
With this, the system will empty the Trash once every 30 days. In addition, every time you delete an item and put it in Trash, the item will only be removed when it enters the next 30 days schedule.
It should also be noted that whatever your preferences and settings, these only apply to local files stored on your computer. So this will not affect files stored in iCloud.
It also means that you have 30 days to change your mind about whether you really want to delete the item from your device.
If you are a user who doesn’t want to be bothered with the matter of disposing of junk files like this, the following tips will definitely be useful for you.
Well, that was how to delete the contents of Trash on macOS automatically.