Tuesday, 21 November 2017

How to manage your iCloud file storage?

Apple’s icloud is known for offering the ease of accessing files on multiple devices. Still, there are a lot of things that worry the customers, mainly when they have to pay for more storage than what they are using. Sometimes the user is even left confused, where the storage is going and what is so fastly occupying the space.  The main problem is finding out the synchronization and cloud storage option. To make you understand and help you out with the storage facilities, here we have a complete list of tips:

When you chose the sync option, iCloud Photo Library maintains the storage of all your photos and videos. But, if you don’t go for iCloud to Optimize Mac Storage option, the photos and other data will be stored on your MAC as well. So, always remember to enter the Photos>Prefernces>iCloud to Optimize MAC Storage. Just doing this will save up to 80 to 90% of library size.

The syncing thing is also applicable to iClud Music Library. It allows you to keep the local files unless you take actions. Depending on your preferences, you can delete your locally stored files and leave a backup in the cloud. For doing so you need to go to the Remove Download option.

When you are managing the iTunes purchase, you will come across gigabytes of storage that could be freed only if you knew the tricks. You can go to the storage manage option in System Information and delete the downloaded media which is sitting ideal for retrieval. A lot of such useless data in that in this section and Apple screen repair technicians always recommend our users to get rid of this data.

You can also differentiate between the less used files and highly used files. Go to the home folder location via About This Mac > Storage and click Manage> click Store in iCloud. Or you can take the path About This Mac > Applications/Utilities/System Information> choose Window > Storage Mananagement> click Store in iCloud recommends the Apple iPhone 6Plus screen repair technicians

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