From Rob DuToit Frames:
iCleanLanguage is a simple application that safely removes unwanted localizations, or language files, from your Macintosh computer. On OSX, these files can take up as much as 4 GB of space and, unless you wish to run your Mac in these languages, they are unnecessary. iCleanLanguage does this by scanning for these files and then selectively removing them. iCleanLanguage is different from similar applications because it allows you to remove files from specific locations or applications, gives a full report at the end of a session, allows you to exclude certain applications and folders, and can be used in "Dry Run" mode. It can also be used as a drop box to clean newly downloaded apps.
What's new in this version:
- Adds compatibility with OS 10.7, Lion.
- Adds new language files.
- Now excludes all Adobe, Microsoft, and Quick Time apps by default.
- Clearer Interface
- Several overall code improvements and bug fixes.