Thank you for your reply, to free up space disk on your mac os please follow the steps below :
1-Find and Remove Duplicate Files
Duplicates files can take up lots of space on your drive, this is especially if you’ve been using the computer for a long time. there are good apps like Gemini that can be used to find and remove duplicate files with a easy interface to use.
2-Empty Your Trash Cans
To empty your trash, right-click the Trash icon at the bottom-right corner of the dock and select Empty Trash. This will delete all the files you sent to the trash from the Finder.
The applications you have installed on your Mac are taking up space, of course. You should uninstall them if you don’t need them, just open a Finder window, select Applications in the sidebar, and drag-and-drop the application’s icon to the trash can on your dock. you can do the same for files or folders you do not need.
4-Clear Temporary Files
These files often take up disk space for no good reason. Mac OS automatically remove temporary files, but a dedicated application will likely find more files to clean up. Cleaning temporary files will free up some of your disk space. You can use CCleaner CCleaner for Mac and run it to clear some of those useless files (You can uncheck history and saved password ***** you run it)
Hope this help