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One of the good habits to maintain the fast performance of macOS and applications on Mac is to regularly clear cache on Mac. What if you accidentally deleted caches that contain very important system files, libraries, scripts or logs? Do not worry. You can possibly recover deleted cache files on Mac by following the guide here.
Cached data is automatically generated while you visit a site, open an application or browse the internet for viewing pictures and watching videos. Cache on the Mac system refers to the temporary files that your Mac computer downloads and stores to save time in the future.
Usually, we're dealing with three types of Mac caches, which are browser cache, operating system cache and apps cache.
With stored cache data on Mac, no matter you're opening a Safari/Google/Firefox browser or booting up your Mac, it saves a great time because the cached data holds a copy of the history information of your earlier activities. Cache data helps accelerate load times of the operating system, browser and applications. However, too many cache files have some disadvantages, too.
First of all, it takes up huge disk space; second, cache files prevent you from viewing the most up-to-date pages; at last, cache files on public computers have potential security issues. These are reasons why we need to clear cache periodically, or even immediately.
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Some cache files are necessary to keep the browsing experience better, and some caches are nothing helpful but absorb precious RAM and storage space. Most importantly, caches associated with system files can be very complicated as improper deletion could result in serious booting problems.
This is a thread we found on Apple's forum that a user mistakenly deleted caches on his Mac hard drive. As a result, the system is down.
- Recover deleted browser cache files
- Recover deleted system file caches
There are two scenarios of deleting necessary caches on Mac in the wrong way. One is browser cache files that contain history records, bookmarks or passwords, and the other is about system files caches that contain scripts, images, logs, temporary files, user account data and startup disk information.
Generally, browser caches won't do damage to your Mac operating system. As it may store some very important personal records of your work and study, we need a full recovery after accidental deletion. On the contrary, some system caches can be vital enough to ensure a normal startup, or the display of a regular font style, it can be impossible to bring it to the working state.
In a word, if you deleted cache files in browsers like Safari or Google Chrome, it's likely to perform a recovery from a synced iCloud backup, or the recent Time Machine backup manually. In addition, if you prefer an automatic way of Mac cache file recovery, use some reliable third-party Mac data recovery software. EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard for Mac is the most competent software in retrieving deleted files on Mac's internal HDD and external devices like a camera SD card or a USB flash drive.
- If you're experiencing system corruption issues on Mac after deleting some caches, the priority should be to back up your valuable files and reinstall operating systems. The below recovery method for cache recovery doesn't help restore an operating system
Guide: Recover deleted macOS caches folder, log files, library folders and browser history automatically
Download the trial version of EaseUS Mac hard drive recovery software on your MacBook or iMac. After a complete scan, you can follow the correct path or locate the cache files you wrongly deleted.
Step 1. Scan for deleted files
Select the hard drive, external drive, or SSD where your important data & files were deleted and click "Search for lost files".
Step 2. Filter the lost files
The software will run quick and deep scans and work hard to find as many deleted files as possible on the selected volume. Filter wanted files through the "Type" and "Path" options.
Step 3. Recover deleted files
Double-click the deleted files to preview. Then, click the "Recover" button to get them back.
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Jean has been writing tech articles since she was graduated from university. She has been part of the EaseUS team for over 5 years. Her special focuses are data recovery, disk partitioning, data space optimization, data backup and macOS. By the way, she's an aviation fan!
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