Delete Adobe Media Cache Files in Mac OS X
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You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we're going to show where Adobe files may be lurking on the computer as well as how to delete these files.
- 7The largest folders in this example are "Common" and "Media Cache Files". "Media Cache Files" is a folder that can be deleted. If you delete and use any of projects listed in this folder, the program will just need to regenerate the cache files for them. This is not a folder that you need on a day-to-day basis.Expand the "Adobe" folder.
- 9In this video, by deleting this folder, more than 180 GB of space has been freed on the hard drive.Click "Move to Trash".
This was a tutorial on how to delete the "Media Cache Files" folder for Adobe products from your Mac. Please leave any questions or comments in the space below. Thank you for watching VisiHow!
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Delete Adobe's temp folders on new M-chip Macbook Pro?
I followed your article went to Library/Application Support/Adobe. There is NO common folder and NO Media Cache Files folder.. . I have a PC where Adobe fills the temp folder regularly.. New to the Mac platform, I'm concerned Adobe will fill it up as well. No "common" folder under Application Support/Adobe No Media Cache Files folder. I have tried: Sorry, found the cache folders further down the tree and they were empty? I think it was caused by: M1 chip possibly. or Adobe changed their structure for the new m chipped Macbook Pro?
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