OS Cleaner 10.2

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Keep your operating system clean from useless and sensitive data.
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OS Cleaner can help you keep your operating system clean from useless and sensitive data. Likewise, it can improve performance by monitoring CPU usage, optimizing memory and uninstall undesired applications. The tool has a nice tabbed interface, which makes it easy to navigate. In this respect, features are conveniently grouped according to their functions. So, there are various categories: Cleaning, File Managers, Monitoring and Utilities.

If, in spite of the app’s ease of use, you may want to make it even simpler, Fast Cleanup seems to be the right choice for you. Thus, with a push of a button, it starts scanning your system. After a while, you can get the results arranged in categories such as Cache Files, Log Files, Trash Bins, Broken Login Items, iOS Photo Cache, Apple TV Photo Cache and xCode Derived Data. Luckily, the results can be browsed and you do not need to fix all the issues found if you do not want to.

In case you want to be more specific, there are separate cleaners for various types of junk data, including iTunes, aliases files, mail attachments, duplicate files as well as large and old files. In the File Managers category, in turn, you can easily browse and make decisions as to specific types of files, like PDFs, movies, songs as well as installation packages (PKG and DMG). Likewise, by opening the Monitoring tab, you can view your CPU’s current status and usage. Moreover, you can perform a memory optimization. more

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Pros

  • Easy-to-navigate interface
  • Versatile app
  • Lets you decide what to do
  • Fast Cleanup feature
  • Built-in file managers
  • Built-in shredder
  • Built-in app uninstaller

Cons

  • No updates for recent macOS versions

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This is nice-looking, but who knows what it actually does? It costs $9.99 to unlock any real functionality. It’s either just a prototype or bait-and-switch-ware.

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