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Tips to keep OS X smooth


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Hi Guys, can someone direct me to a page or suggest tips to keep the OS X in check - like do i need to defrag HD, clear out temp files, corrupted files, etc..etc... to keep the OS running at peak performance.

Thanks.

Oh BTW, I did a software update and I noticed one that i wasn't sure is needed, its:

Apple Remote Desktop Client 1.2.4

do i need this?
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