Tag Archives: Memory Cleaner

  • How to Free Inactive Memory on Mac

    Inactive memory used by recently active and quit apps. OS X keeps it reserved in case the user wants to open the program again. If it happens, OS X does not need to relocate memory that accelerates performance speed. If you do not re-open the program, after a while the memory of the inactive will be […]

  • How to use Memory Cleaner

    This article covers how to use our utility efficiently. When Memory Cleaner 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 an […]

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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 […]