CCleaner is well known to Windows users, but Mac users probably never have even heard about it until now. Yep, CCleaner is now available to Mac users on Mac App Store. It’s no surprise how popular this tool is, because it’s now #1 free download app on Mac App Store. Just like how it works on Windows, Mac users can use CCleaner to clean out temporary data and caches for their Macs. Of course, CCleaner isn’t the only tool/utility to do this on Macs, but the price is too inexpensive to pass up by folks like me. The price is $0.00!
Some elite Mac users might cringe at hearing there is another tool to help Mac users clean up their temporary data and caches. Well, novice Mac users might think utilities such as CCleaner a blessing since using command lines to clear up temporary data and caches on Mac might be hazardous. By deleting the wrong data, Mac users might render their Macs useless. Sure, Mac itself might execute cron jobs that automatically clean up temporary data and caches from time to time, but these cron jobs might happen too infrequently for heavily demanded Macs. This is why I think CCleaner and similar popular apps might be good for cleaning up temporary data and caches when on-demand needs arise. Check out the preview of CCleaner on Mac through the video right after the break.
- Apple announces Developer ID system for app security beyond the Mac App Store (slashgear.com)
- Apple Releases MainStage 2.2.1 via Mac App Store (macrumors.com)
- CCleaner for Mac Comes Out of Beta, Adds New Browser and Disk Cleaning Features [Mac Downloads] (lifehacker.com)
- Apple Announces Developer ID System To Help Distribute Apps Outside Of Mac App Store (cultofmac.com)
- How To: Clean Up Your Mac (insydetech.info)
- Apple prompts Mac developers to sign up for the Developer ID program (thenextweb.com)
- Apple is extending the sandboxing deadline to June 1st for Mac App Store developer (thenextweb.com)
- Apple tells developers to get ready for Developer ID (9to5mac.com)
- CCEnhancer 3.0 Released, Now With BleachBit Support (ghacks.net)
- Hide and unhide Mac App Store purchases (macworld.com)