ClearDisk 1.0 for Mac OS X - Clears the Hard Disk of Useless Stuff
June 2, 2012 in Utility
[prMac.com] Odesa, Ukraine - Nektony has introduced Clear Disk, a new Mac OS X utility designed to clear the hard disk of useless files which make Macs run low on disk space. ClearDisk analyses the state of particular system folders which tend to clog up, and enables the user to clean up the disk space quickly by removing obsolete files. The advantages of ClearDisk over other similar tools are its quickness and efficiency, because it closely inspects the file categories that are commonly used for storage of unnecessary stuff on Macs.
It is known that a lot of different service, temporary, backup and just useless files appear on Macs while they're running. They are not always removed after use. As a result, the user notices the lack of disk space. ClearDisk discovers the useless files and enables the user to remove them and clear the Mac's disk space. With a few clicks, ClearDisk enables the user to reclaim several hundred megabytes of disk space. It removes unused language resources, unnecessary downloads, old caches and clears the Trash.
ClearDisk has a simple and intuitive interface, taking the user through three simple steps:
* Scan the disk to identify the useless files
* Select files to be deleted
* Remove unnecessary files
ClearDisk will be a perfect choice for active Mac users, enabling them to keep their disk space free of unused stuff.
* Mac OS X 10.6 or later
* 0.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
ClearDisk 1.0 is priced at $1.99 USD and is available worldwide, exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
Nektony is a software development company with a passion for Apple technologies and products, and a commitment to release functional, stable and efficient applications for all Mac fans. The company’s software development experience allows it to work on projects of nearly any complexity and create products with outstanding usability. Copyright (C) 2012 Nektony. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.