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    Keeping MBP "Clean"

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    Keeping MBP "Clean"
    Hey,

    Sometimes I leave my MBP on overnight for torrents, sometimes I download lots of little things that I lose track of, and sometimes I punish it by having GarageBand, iTunes, Safari, Microsoft Word, Mail, and a movie open.

    Is there/are there application(s) that can help to make sure that my MBP is continuing to work at its original capacity. Say, a program that cleans the ram, or a program that warns me to close certain programs before opening others, or a program that finds relatively unused applications and files and recommends that I delete them. Or one that finds doubles all over my computer, so I can free up some space.

    Any help greatly appreciated!
    -George

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    Keeping MBP "Clean"
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