We all love the macOS and our MacBook’s and iMacs. Don’t we? macOS is a simple yet very powerful operating system which is being used by tons and tons of people on a daily basis. Some use it for blogging purposes, some for school assignments, some for keynote presentations and some for video & photo editing. Not to forget coding and software development. Macs are great computers. Period!
At times I prefer the macOS over Windows way too much and mostly due to how well the Apple devices work with each other so elegantly. You will be surprised to know that the MacBook trackpad is a reason for many people to choose this laptop over a Windows machine. It is hilarious that even after so many years none of the laptop manufacturers have been able to make even one trackpad like a MacBook. Ok, Microsoft does make almost the same for their Surface line of laptops but who buys them. Being very frank here.
Anyways, let’s get back to how to delete language files from your Macs.
You will be amazed to know that so many languages come preinstalled on your system with macOS and obviously it takes a lot of space on your SSD. Already the SSD space provided by Apple is too less, most of us buy MacBooks with 128 or 256gb SSD only. So we know how ‘precious’ is that.
All you have to do is download a software called Monolingual and install it on your Mac system. After that select the languages that you want to keep/remove and let the software do its work.
If you want to know more and see this in action then watch the video below to understand better.