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What System Maintainance Tools do you recommend?


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ChrisH84
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hi!
the title basically says it all:
what can you recommend to keep osx running as smooth and sweet as possible?

thx in advance!
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http://www.titanium.free.fr/pgs/english.html

try Onyx.
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thx ill give it a shot...
can you set it up so it does things automatically? what type of cleaning / deleting do you recommend every once in a while?
what should it NOT delete? thx
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What Mac/OS do you have?

Are you new to Mac OS?
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i have 10.3.9 Panther...

and ive been using my mac for almost 2 years now...its just that i had to have my hdd exchanged and now i would just like some system maintainance advice
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i have 10.3.9 Panther...

and ive been using my mac for almost 2 years now...its just that i had to have my hdd exchanged and now i would just like some system maintainance advice
This will do the trick..some say that it's not really necessary to worry about too much maintenance on macs but you'll be doing no wrong by running this app....

http://www.titanium.free.fr/pgs2/eng...ad.html#anchor

Just look for the Panther version... :headphone
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thx i already have it as you can read above
but what do you recommend i should run regulary with onyx, what should i delete / empty and what not etc.
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