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Is there a legitimate software or process out there to clean up your mac and reduce the amount of Pop ups? and increase speed?
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Pop ups are controlled through your browser. Every browser that I'm familiar with has a pop up blocker that can be turned on in its preferences. As for maintenance, the Mac operating system does not require much and for the most part keeps itself up to par. The only cleanup and optimization tool we recommend using is OnyX which you can download from here. It's free.
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