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Disk Utility Repair, + 3 Unix cleanup scrips?

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I was reading in my macworld that os x has some funtions to help keep your computer running nicely. However, the macworld is just referencing to an old macworld.

I know that these things run at odd times of the night or wee morning hours....when most computers are off.....It is said that you can go into terminal and set them up to run. Does anyone know how I can do this (i.e. unix commands..etc.)? ...or can anyone put me in the right direction? I'd really appreciate that this stuff actually helpful? I'm sure it is...but how often do you all do this?

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Once again I have figured it out on my own. So you don't have to post now.
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