Memory Cleaner X

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    Mac Task Manager

    If you have just switched from Windows to Mac you may find out that most key shortcuts don’t work on Mac. For example, when an application crashes on Windows, a command Ctrl-Shift-Esc is used to bring up the Task Manager and quit the offending process. What about a Mac? How does one kill such processes […]

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    iMac RAM Replacement

    How to Change Memory on Mac Recently, we got iMac 2011 into our hands. It had the minimum amount of RAM that could be set for its type – 4GB. In 2016, that is sorely inadequate. It was therefore decided to add more RAM memory. And in this article, we will tell you how to […]

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    How to use Memory Cleaner X

    This article covers how to use our utility efficiently. When Memory Cleaner X launched in the menu bar you have RAM usage indicator. In principle, it is sufficient to avoid overloading of the system. For normal operation of the system routine tasks it is required to have 1-1.5 GB of memory. What to do? Consider […]

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    Mac OS X Cleanup Suite Update

    Breaking Wednesday’s news! Our latest applications bundle – Mac OS X Cleanup Suite gains new features. We have replaced old Boost & Memory with Memory Cleaner X that is a perfect fit for other bundle applications: ClearDisk, Duplicates Expert, Disk Expert and App Uninstaller. The app evaluates file size of junk files, duplicates, large files […]

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    Mac Task Manager

    Windows users got used to Task Manager. When they start using Mac OS X, they find out that there is no such handy shortcut as CTRL+ALT+DELETE. Some tell, that there is no such tool on a Mac at all. And they are wrong. In fact, Task Manager on Mac is available, but the tool’s name […]