Magican Provides an Automated, All-in-one Mac Healthcare Service

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[] Tortola, British Virgin Islands - Representatives with a British Virgin Island-based company announce today that it has released a new cleaning software in which they say is guaranteed to instantly improve the user experience of all Mac owners.

"Magican helps Mac users to maintain their Mac in all-rounds, such as cleaning their Mac to enlarge disk and system space, monitoring system status in real time, detecting and removing Trojans to protect their Mac," said Kerry, PR manager of Magican, an app that has been downloaded by more than 200,000 users and updated 26 times since October, 2011.

Kerry explained that Magican provides an always-on, automated, all-in-one Mac healthcare service with anti-Trojans, performance tune-ups, and system cleaning capabilities. "Magican is a comprehensive security and performance solution that takes care of it all, and the best part about it is that it's free," Kerry stressed.

The launching of the new software could prove to have perfect timing. According to a recent study, conducted by NDP group, an industry leader in market research, consumer trends, and statistics, consumers opting for a Mac instead of a PC has spiked more than 42 percent over the past 24 months and is expected to continue an upward spiral through 2020.

One Magican user identified as Alimy described the software as the best app for cleaning and optimizing a Mac. "Magican is without a doubt the easiest and best cleaner imaginable," Alimy said, before adding, "This fine bit of software sure saved me a lot of time cleaning out 9.9 GB of useless trash that I would have spent weeks sorting through all files. This truly is a great product."

Kerry noted that part of the reason why Magican is so effective is due to its unique capabilities and features, which include: The Mac scanner, clean up Mac, security center, stat monitor, software center, toolbox, and hardware.

The Mac scanner, Kerry said, equips users with what it calls a One-Click To Scan useless files. This app, according to Kerry, helps scan useless files for Mac OS X, like duplicate files, system logs and caches, useless binary, redundant languages and the app's left-over.

It also has a One-Click To Clean files, where Magican helps to clean up those useless files in one-click. When it comes to cleaning, Magican has Clean Logs and Caches, where Magican helps cleanup all unneeded system logs and caches.

"Users can speed up their Mac in one-click or optionally delete some specific apps," Kerry said. "It also has the Duplicate Files Remover, where the software lists all duplicate files for users to easily find. However, users can still remove them to clean their Mac for better Mac performance."

Magican's security features give users the ability to quickly scan for the virus on their Mac and then remove the virus and related files in seconds.

According to Kerry, there's also a Custom Scan feature where Magican scans for the specific files or folders. The unselected files will not be detected. In addition, Magican has a stat monitor which allows users to monitor system data in real time. "Magican will monitor the Mac with pictorial symbols for users, like the CPU stat, disk stat, memory stat, sensor stat and network speed," Kerry said. "Magican displays the entire running process and users can stop each app that's running in one-click."

For more information, please visit Magican Software online.

Magican Software Ltd. is an independent Mac software developing and delivering company established by several passionate Mac fans in 2010. We specialize in Mac system optimizing software development by using Mac OS X technology, and delivering Mac software on multi channels such as MacUpdate, Brothersoft and so on. Magican is a combination of the two words, magic and can, which means we will Make Mac Magic (Also known as 3M strategies) for our users with our innovating and developing skills. Copyright (C) 2012 Magican Software Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.