Mac is always faster than Windows, and the main advantage being least number of viruses that actually tend to make Windows slower by corrupting files, or playing with the admin settings in Windows operating system.
But still, any operating system has the problem of unnecessary files such as temporary files, saved web pages to remember the used passwords or form fields, which in turn eats up space internally in the hard drive and makes it slower as the time progresses.
In windows, there is a Disk cleanup utility, which does the job of cleaning those temporary files but Mac is deficient of any such tool.
One of the similar utilities for Mac OS X is MacCleaner which helps to keep your Mac hard drive clean and removes the temporary files which might be created when you were installing or uninstalling any application, or the saved pages which were created when you saved any passwords, and the saved cookies.
Here is how MacCleaner is useful for –
- Cleans the hard drive
- Saves your privacy
- Prevents your mac from getting hacked and cookies being stolen
- Increase free space in your mac
- Speeds up your mac
- Deletes browsing history and erases tracks of your online activity
MacCleaner requires Mac OS X version 10.4 “Tiger” or Mac OS X version 10.5 “Leopard”. And this app currently supports only English language.
Note: Once you have deleted any temporary or unnecessary files through maccleaner, there is no way to restore those files, so be careful before you delete them and read the manual once which comes with the downloaded files.
The MacCleaner app is available for free for those who register to the forum.
Check and download MacCleaner from www.maccleaner.com
I would soon upload few pictures and tutorial on how to use MacCleaner.