If you’re a Mac user, chances are you might be using Homebrew to install packages that Apple didn’t provide. While it’s a great platform, it tends to keep older copies of the package you’ve installed when you run brew update && brew upgrade which does take up unnecessary space. To see how much space the older versions of the packages are using, run brew cleanup -n which lists how much space you’ll recover.

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Vicknesh Suppramaniam

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