Tag Archives: App Cleaner

  • Uninstall-Photoshop-on-Mac-App-Cleaner

    Uninstall Adobe Photoshop from Mac

    As well as any other large app downloaded outside App Store, Adobe Photoshop creates lots of service files. They are operate similarly to caches in browser. Photoshop tracks your experience, saves states of various objects and current drawings, error logs, etc. If you was working with our disk utilities downloaded from App Store like App […]

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    Happy New 2016 Year

    And so 2015 comes to an end. Many interesting things happen in the Apple world. The new version of OS X El Capitan released, which essentially is an improvement of OS X Yosemite with a much better user interface. From the developer’s side we had to make minor changes to recent cleanup utilities due to changes […]

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    Top 7 Apps to Uninstall on Mac

    This article is devoted to the most popular applications Mac users would like to uninstall completely. Unfortunately, applications installed not from the App Store may have small violations in SandBox rule (it basically sets the rule where app can create files or have access to). So apps outside App Store can create files in other […]

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    Those Annoying Mail Attachments

    Do you use a standard Mail application? If yes – then this article totally worth reading. Often we receive letters, pictures, documents and other files attached to them. As well we frequently send emails with attachments. Did you know that all of these attachments are saved to your hard disk and take a huge amount […]

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    Tracking of App Leftovers

    We all know that our applications are usually stored in the Applications folder and removed therefrom. But not everyone knows that often each program creates a bunch of system files scattered in different locations all over hard drive. Here is a list of directories that can be stored in the system files of applications: HD / ~Library […]

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    What are Language Resources?

    Language Resources – are localizations of software, that is, all interface languages available in a program. Some programs have a huge number of possible interface languages that worth respect. But usually users need only one version of the interface or just a few, but obviously not 20. Individually localizations take up not much space, around […]

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    Cleanup Browser Data

    To cleanup browser data you should do the following. Let’s consider Google Chrome: Launch browser Go to History section (⌘+Y) or Menu (top right corner)->History and Recent tabs->History Click on Clear browsing Data In appeared window specify everything you’d like to cleanup and time period. Browsing history – saved data about all visited pages. Download […]

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    Get Rid of Logs and Caches on Mac

    Caches and logs are around 80% of junk that is collected during the apps performance. So what’s that? Caches – intermediate buffer with fast access, containing information that may be requested with the greatest probability. Accessing data in the cache is faster than sampling initial data from the slower memory or remote source, but its […]

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    How to Find .dmg and .pkg Files

    Today’s article is devoted to image files and installation packages. (.dmg & .pkg extensions) DMG files – disk image files (now they are often made without any disks, but earlier it worked like this), that are executed in a virtual image of the mounted drive. That is, in fact, a kind of archive that is […]

  • Blog-Delete-Whole-Application-with-App-Cleaner

    Delete Whole Application with App Cleaner

    Apple has specific restrictions on apps that could be available in App Store. E.g. SandBox rule that states that all application performance should be done within specific app folder and applications cannot access content outside the folder without user permission. That’s why we ask users to grant access to home folders in such apps as […]