So we’ve looked at the basics when it comes to freeing up drive space, but if that didn’t do the job, several Mac apps will help you to detect and remove space-wasters. These tools range from system scans that will pick out very large files and list them in order of size to very specific apps that target common drive space thieves (like app-related files that linger after you’ve deleted an app) and bring them to justice via the Trash can. Then there’s the third kind of tool—one that’s part software, part service. Rather than removing large files completely, these offerings provide a way for you to move them to a secure storage space on the web. We’ll show you the four most effective ways to use these apps.
I bought an iPad while I was on vacation in Australia, but now I’m back in the States. However, my iPad’s autocorrect feature insists that I spell words with U.K. English instead of U.S. English. For example, “organise” and “colour” instead of “organize” and “color.” Do I have to buy a new iPad in America to get the U.S. spellchecker?