April 14, 2011 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Vienna, Austria - Incredible Bee today is pleased to announce the release of MainMenu 3, an update to its maintenance utility for Mac OS X. With MainMenu you can free up disk space, clean your home folder and optimize your Mac. The new MainMenu features an overlay menu for quick task access, custom tasks to build your own maintenance schedule and an archive Desktop task.
The overlay menu offers convenient and quick access to maintenance tasks. The overlay menu is itself easily accessibly via a configurable global hot key.
With custom tasks you can group maintenance tasks to run them in one go. MainMenu can optionally shut down or restart your Mac after completing a custom task. That way you can run your maintenance over night and wake up the next morning to a freshly cleaned and rebooted Mac.
For users whose Desktops clutter up quickly, the new MainMenu offers a task to archive the entire Desktop in a single click.
Features in a nutshell:
* Clean caches
* Find large files
* Secure erase free space on volumes
* Vacuum Apple Mail Index
* Rebuild Launch Services
* Run daily, weekly and monthly maintenance scripts (pro only)
* Rebuild Spotlight Index (pro only)
* Remove .DS_Store files
* Repair disk permissions (pro only)
* Archive Desktop
* Flush DNS cache (pro only)
* Secure delete files
* Clean logs (pro only)
* Remove corrupt preferences (pro only)
* Show invisible files
* Disable Dashboard (pro only)
* Change screenshot file format
* Disable screenshot window shadow
* Force quit and relaunch applications
* Mac OS X version 10.6 or later
Pricing and Availability:
MainMenu is $15 (USD) and MainMenu Pro ($19), and both are available as free downloads from the MainMenu website. It runs initially in a 14-day trial mode with all features active.
Incredible Bee is a software company founded in 2006 by a group of Mac enthusiasts. Located in Vienna, Austria, our mission is to bring you apps for the Mac that are both easy and fun to use. Copyright (c) 2006-2011 Incredible Bee Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.