Delete Previous Chrome Versions On MacOS

Depending on how long you’ve been using Google’s Chrome web browser application on Mac OS X, you may be able to reclaim a substantial amount of hard drive space without deleting any important data.

Go to Finder, then Applications, and then right-click on Google Chrome and select “Show Package Contents.

Next click Contents and then Versions to see a list of Google Chrome versions which have been stored locally on your hard drive.

Highlight and delete the older versions. In my case, I’ll leave the folder for version 62.0.3202.75 and delete everything else. Now empty your trash bin. Depending on how many versions you’ve unknowingly been storing, this can reclaim a substantial amount of hard drive space! 🙂

Drop me a line if you have questions.

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  1. Chasity says

    Thanks this is awesome simple and straight forward!

    1. Rishi says

      Thanks Chasity! Glad it helped! 🙂