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I've been reading about a program called OnyX for Mac. I'm just wondering whether it's worth downloading and what it's actually used for.
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Its a maintenance app to do a host of tasks to keep your mac tip-top

Its well worth downloading

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If you have been reading about it then you will know what it does? Sorry, seriously, it is just a maintenance program. It is pretty good and I use it now and then when OS X is clogging up for some reason.

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You can also look into MainMenu which does similar maintenance tasks but might be better suited to your needs.

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