You're using Mac's trash can, right? Everyone does. There are many ways to put files and folders and discarded apps in the trash, but it doesn't have many features.
Until now. Get into Better Trash, a nice and convenient Mac tool that announces a few necessary features for Mac's Trash (Apple seems to have ignored the junk feature for a few decades; really a one-trick pony that anyone can use more tricks).
Trash The Trash
Right-click (or control-click) an item in the Mac's Finder, and you get the choice to send the selection to the Trash. It's called Move to Trash. That's all it does. This means that the trash can get thick with files and folders, so it has to be emptied from time to time. Click Finder in the menu bar and you will have another choice ̵
What better garbage does is empty the trash automatically. Every day, if you will. Or, every week. Or month. Or two months. Or better yet: Better Trash can clear Mac's Trash when the box hits a storage limit that you define. 500MB. 1GB. Regardless of GB.
What could be easier?
Set the garbage rate. Or, set automatic garbage rate based on trash storage. Or, if you are working on manual work, you can use the Menu menu.
Check the additional feature.
Emptying the Mac Recycle Bin may seem easy, but sometimes there is a file that refuses to be deleted. Enter Force Tom Trash. It takes care of those annoying Mac files that just don't follow the commands to delete.
Just below the drop-down menu selection in the Menu bar is another option. Secure Delete.
Emptying the Recycle Bin does not delete Mac files and folders. Instead, a small flag is turned off so that they are no longer visible. A hacker or IT person can use a tool to recover files that the trash can clear.
Specify Secure Delete which overwrites these files so that they cannot be restored.
You can select files or folders on your computer, even the entire Recycle Bin, to ensure deletion. The original data will be overwritten before being deleted.
The Secure Delete feature uses the US DOD 7 pass standard to overwrite, it will be more secure than the DOD 3 pass standard, faster than the DOD 35 pass standard.
can be a handy feature to get rid of scaling files. I wonder if President Trump's lawyer used a Mac?