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Mountain Lion Cache Cleaner: De-mungify your Mac

24 July 2012 2,295 views 2 Comments

The Mac is easy to use, but does require maintenance to keep it running smoothly. One of the best tools for getting that done is Northern Softworks Mountain Lion Cache Cleaner, a true shareware app that’s reliable, effective and easy to use.

That said, every time Apple releases a desktop operating system update, especially the whole number variety, users need to get a fresh version of their maintenance app — otherwise bad things could happen.

Mountain Lion Cache Cleaner (a.k.a. Cache Cleaner 7.0 is now available and it does just about everything, including maintenance, optimization, customization, disaster planning (bootable OS disk), antivirus (ClamXav) and generally de-munge your Mac.

Yes, it is cool and has been a key reason I don’t see regular beech balls on my 2007 iMac with just 3GB of RAM. Mountain Lion Cache Cleaner is available direct and, if you’re ready to buy, can be purchased on Amazon ($14.99).

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