November 21, 2011 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Ekero, Sweden - Maintain today released Cocktail 4.9.6 (Snow Leopard Edition), the latest maintenance update of Cocktail for users running OS X Snow Leopard. Cocktail is a general purpose utility for OS X that lets you clean, repair and optimize your Mac. Cocktail 4.9.6 (Snow Leopard Edition) contains improvements on the "Delete localization files" procedure and addresses an issue in which Cocktail don't work properly if the System Events process is not running.
Cocktail is a general purpose utility for OS X that lets you clean, repair and optimize your Mac. The application serves up a perfect mix of maintenance tools and tweaks, all accessible through a clean and easy to use interface. Cocktail's features are arranged into five categories that helps you manage various aspects of your computer. It also comes with an automatic Pilot mode that allows you to simply press a button and relax, knowing that Cocktail will take care of the rest.
Cocktail 4.9.6 (Snow Leopard Edition) requires Mac OS X / Mac OS X Server 10.6 or later and is tested for compatibility with OS X / OS X Server 10.6.8. Cocktail (Lion Edition) for OS X 10.7 and Cocktail (Leopard Edition) for OS X 10.5 are available for download from the Maintain website.
Cocktail is $19 USD for a Single User License and available for purchase from the Maintain website. The license is valid for both Snow Leopard and Lion editions of Cocktail. Cocktail (Leopard Edition) is distributed as freeware and does not require a license.
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