WashAndGo 1.21

WashAndGo is a system cleaner and Mac computer optimizer.
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Abelssoft GmbH
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Awards: Mac Informer Editor Rating 4
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WashAndGo is a system cleaner and Mac computer optimizer that offers to identify and delete useless files so that you can benefit from a better computer performance. An uncluttered system guarantees an increased reaction speed to commands and makes your computer run in good working conditions.

The program opens with a simple, modern, and highly intuitive interface. The tool starts scanning your computer automatically and provides a clear report of needless data, conveniently organized into separate file categories, such as caches, logs, cookies, downloads, Safari, and other junk files. The report displays the amount of disk space taken by these files, so that you can acknowledge the necessity of cleaning the computer and the space you gain by deleting all junk files or specific ones. Therefore, you have two alternatives: you can either choose to perform a complete cleaning, or make a manual selection of specific items to remove. Both methods can be easily enabled and end up with a report of the deleted files viewable in PDF format.

What you will definitely appreciate about this application is the ability to create a system backup, which will be preserved for an amount of time that you determine. This way, if the system crashes because of an inappropriate cleaning process, you can restore your PC to its previous state and make it functional again. If nothing goes wrong, the temporary system backup will be erased automatically at the end of the period you specified. more

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Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary


  • Improves the system's performance
  • Increases the operating speed
  • Clear report of unnecessary files
  • Keeps a system backup for a specific amount of time
  • Automatic and manual cleaning methods


  • No preview of the files to delete
  • It closes unexpectedly with each restore job



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