How to Optimize OS X


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Someone in chat asked if there are tips and tricks to fine-tune OS X. Why yes, young grasshopper, there are actually many ways you can optimize your Mac!

I recently came across MacKeeper. If you’re interested in this software, I can try to get you a discount on it. It’s a piece of software that is a bundle of most important system utilities for performing different tasks on your Mac. It helps you navigate through files and even clean out your cache quickly. It includes unparalleled support, which is fantastic. I was having an issue on my Mac that no one could figure out… until I asked MacKeeper.

It even scans all of the software on the computer to tell you what updates you may need. It even lets you know if you are lacking in some areas, such as anti-virus and anti-theft. You can also use the application to encrypt or shred your data and files.

If you’re looking for a Mac system optimizer, this is the best one out there as far as I’m concerned.

4 thoughts on “How to Optimize OS X”

  1. The first thing this software does is scan with it’s Binaries Cutter and Languages Cutter, as well as the Cache Cleaner and Logs Cleaner. If you remove all as it suggests, it will damage the “cut” applications, so that in all likelihood, the application can’t be updated and may complain at launch that it is damaged as some programs check themselves. I wouldn’t recommend this program to my clients. It does have useful functions, but the defaults are dangerous.

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