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Working with a sluggish Mac is annoying, right? Not only does your productivity take a massive hit, but, if you don’t fix the issues on time, you may soon have to bid adieu to your Mac since several issues may jeopardize your Mac’s functionality as well.
Your Mac may slow down over some time due to various reasons. And, let’s face it, no matter how hard you try to get rid of unnecessary apps, clean up unwanted files and documents or make necessary changes in the settings to improve your Mac’s performance, it is bound to become slow. You, therefore, need a specialist Mac utility that can take this load off you.
Here we are going to delve into Cleanup My System, a professional tune-up tool that can help you enhance your Mac’s speed and overall performance, with just a few magical clicks.
Cleanup My System – Focus Areas
|To optimize your Mac’s performance and boost its speed, Cleanup My System targets the following area –
The pricing starts at US$ 34.99 per year.
Trial Version: Using the trial version of Cleanup My System you can scan items for free. However, if you wish to get rid of junk items, then the free version lets you delete up to 500 MB (at the time of writing).
Let’s dive deeper and have look at Cleanup My System’s efficient tools –
The interface is neatly organized in a way that you know exactly what each module does. To eliminate junk files, restore the system’s speed, remove local mail attachments, free up storage space, remove large and old files, and improve overall productivity, Cleanup My System broadly divides the modules in 6 categories. We’ll discuss each of these modules one by one.
Cleanup My System – Modules That Facilitate Cleaning Mac Inside Out
1. Smart Cleanup – One Click
Smart Cleanup helps quickly tab on what’s making your Mac slow or what’s taking up space on your Mac. For this, you needn’t spare more than just one click. With a single click, you can optimize your Mac – by reviewing all of the apps that are installed on the Mac, or by reviewing the various files that are there.
2. Cleanup – Deep Clean Mac Junk
- Cache & logs
In case your apps are crashing or if you are seeing an overall dip in your storage space, chances are that unwanted app data is the culprit. Cleanup My System tracks and brings such data to the fore so that all you have to do is hit the Clean Now button and get rid of such data once and for all.
- Junk files
You might not even realize but your system’s performance is taking a hit all because of the presence of junk files. But, the question is what are they? What are those unnecessary files that are taking up space, right beneath your nose?
The answer is old download, Xcode cache, and unused disk image files. Where Xcode cache is mostly detected on Mac machines that are used for development purposes the other two are found on each Mac.
Cleanup My System, intelligently detects these files and helps clear up space taken up by these unwanted files.
- Get Rid of Locally Stored Mail Attachments on Mac
When attachments, received in the email are present in your mailbox, do you need local copies of the same? You might answer negatively. Moreover, these downloaded email attachments are also responsible for delayed mail access time. Cleanup My System scans locally downloaded mail attachments and helps clean them (if the user intends), thus helping recover storage space.
The System Trash folder keeps deleted files that can come in handy for later file recovery. However, most of the time, it takes up your precious disk space. Cleanup My System intelligently lists such items and helps clean them.
To conduct data breaches, cyber-attacks, hackers are using Mac profusely, how safe are you whilst you surf the web on Mac? Let’s put it this way – What all needs to be protected to keep yourself from being victimized? Is it possible to continuously keep a track of browsing traces?
Possibly not, but with Cleanup My System this is possible. The tool scans your browsers for critical information such as the sites visited, items downloaded, and much more. It even closes the doorway for privacy traces such as your last session’s tabs, autofill data, and saved passwords. Leaving behind no room for an attacker to victimize you. In one word it cements Mac privacy.
You can even get to know the passwords saved in your web browser but before that, you will have to grant permission. In simple words, you will have to enter the Keychain password.
Generally, two factors – Login Items and Launch Agents make or break your Mac’s speed. And, you know how important your Mac’s speed accounts for as far as its performance is concerned, right?
You can easily manage both Login Items and Launch Agents, using the Startup Manager module. Using it, you can customize what you want to run thus, enhancing the boot time.
Sometimes, there are several applications that we install & forget about them. These applications just sit there on your Mac without any purpose taking unwanted space. Cleanup My System comes across as a specialist when dealing with such apps.
- Uninstall Apps on Mac
As you can see in the screenshot below, Cleanup My System sorts applications in an organized manner & categorizes them. This makes it easy for the user to decide which apps to keep or uninstall. Moreover, this best uninstall manager helps remove unwanted apps along with their associated files.
6. Remove Large and Old Files
How do you identify old and large files that haven’t been looked at for a long time? Such files evidently take up huge storage space and let’s face it, if you try to bump your head against such a file, you would rather have a headache. Cleanup My System identifies such files and then leaves the decision of keeping or removing them at your discretion.
Furthermore, if you don’t want to delete these files you can move them into a Folder
If you want to spring clean your Mac and you don’t want to invest much time, Cleanup My System is a great tool to have by your side. Do give this tool a try and let us know the comments if it has matched your expectations. For more such content, keep reading Tweak Library. You can also find us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Flipboard, Instagram, and Tumblr. And, if you are more into tech videos, you can like, share and subscribe to our YouTube channel.