BuhoCleaner Review: a Handy Application to Help you Free up Space on Mac

Sooner or later, every Mac user comes across the question of how to effectively free up disk space and get rid of unnecessary data. Over time, the applications you use will create a considerable amount of temporary files that can often take up several tens of GB of internal storage on your Mac. So, if you are looking for an tool that will help you with this and at the same time offer a few interesting extra functions, BuhoCleaner is the ideal candidate.

One of the main advantages of the BuhoCleaner application is the intuitive user interface, which is very easy to navigate. In just a few clicks, you can, for example, scan the disk, identify and manage temporary application data (cache), large files, or correct software and services that start automatically after macOS starts.

Flash Clean – Clean up your Mac in two clicks

So let’s see how BuhoCleaner works in practice. After launching the application, you will be greeted with a screen asking you to scan the disk. Once the scan is done, just click on the “Remove” button. And that’s all. This will most likely free up several GB of space that was occupied by temporary files and other software “junk”. But if you would like to have more control over what disappears from your disk, you can view a detailed breakdown of the items that the application has evaluated as unnecessary.

App Uninstall – Get Rid Of Unwanted Apps Completely

Another feature is the app uninstaller. This works exactly as you would expect. This option is useful in cases where, for example, you want to get rid of an annoying application, or simply make sure that all data associated with the given software disappears from the disk. The “Lefovers” item is directly related to this, where you can see the data of applications that you have already deleted in the past in the traditional way.

Disk Space Analyzer – See Your Disk Space Usage Visually

At the same time, BuhoCleaner can clearly display the files that take up the most disk space. This function will be appreciated by all those who lose track of the data stored there. In addition, the files are divided by type, so you can easily go through saved videos or documents, for example, and then decide what you no longer need.

Duplicates – Remove All Useless Duplicated Files

Another interesting gadget is the search for duplicate files. You can have BuhoCleaner check either the entire disk or just selected folders that you think might contain duplicates. If duplicates are found, the application will automatically identify them and you can then conveniently delete them.

Clicking on the shortcut in the top menu bar will bring up a panel with a quick overview of system resources.

Startup Items – Speed Up Your Mac Someway

A very useful helper is also a tool that can detect applications and processes that are automatically launched every time the macOS operating system is started. If you want to disable any of these apps, just turn it off with one click.

It is also important to mention that BuhoCleaner is optimized to run on Macs with Apple Silicon M1/M2 chips running macOS 10.12 and later. In addition, the developers listen to the community and continuously improve the application. At the same time, they publish useful articles on their blog where, for example, they explain how to work with storage or how to get rid of unnecessary applications. 

The Final Words

What’s also pretty nice is the sales model, which does not rely on subscriptions, which are so popular today. A license for one device costs $19.99, which can be considered a completely adequate amount considering the functionality. However, you can try the application for free in the trial version, which, however, contains limitations. You can only delete 3GB of data at a time.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.