Tuesday, July 14, 2015

What is Detox My Mac?

Detox My Mac is the most powerful Mac cleaning application for Mac's on the internet today. Using sophisticated technology to remove unwanted files, junk and leftovers that can slow down you Mac, and take up precious disk-space.


How Does Detox My Mac Work?

Detox My Mac will intelligently scan using state-of-the-art technology to find and remove files that will affect your Mac's speed, application responsiveness and more. This will result in a noticeably faster and more enjoyable Mac!


Why Choose Detox My Mac?

  • The most advanced and comprehensive Mac cleaner on the internet.
  • Enjoy a faster Mac, with more responsive and enjoyable applications without a hardware upgrade!
  • Over 32 Detox and Sub-Detox functions for maximum cleaning and customization!
  • 24/7 Expert technical support
  • One-time fee, no contracts or rebills.
  • Free updates of Detox My Mac for life!
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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Introduction to Detox My Mac

Detox My Mac is a new and advanced Mac cleaning application for Mac OSX 10.5 and upwards.
This application is the most powerful Mac cleaning application on the internet right now,
Its simple and affective, See how you can clean and speed up your Mac





Another video on How to Clean up Mac.




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Macs are fantastic and reliable machines that most probably were among the fastest of computers when you first brought it home from the store.
However, with many new exciting Macs coming out all the time and with all the system hungry software programs and applications coming out, your current Mac might pale in comparison to the latest Macs out there, when it comes to sheer speed.
Of course , you don't have to replace your Mac to a newer one at all the time, so“How to speed up mac?”.

1. Clearing Your Desktop

Your desktop affects in how long it takes for you to boot the system because it’s the first screen that it has to load up.
As much as possible, try to keep it simple by minimizing the number of icons from the desktop and clearing up the amount of files you can see. You can either delete them or put them into folders so that the operating system doesn’t have to waste additional resources to load them upon starting your computer.

2. Managing Startup Items

Every time you power up your Mac, a bunch of programs will start as your Mac boots up.
And also every time you install some applications, they automatically configured your startup setting such that these applications would be loaded up when you boot up your Mac.
All this settings take a toll on system resources, causing  your Mac to take a while to boot up and be at your service. To check your starting lineup, go to System Preferences–>Users & Groups–>Login Items and then give the items a quick scan.

You are not uninstalling anything if you un-check them. You are just telling your Mac that these programs don’t need to start up every time you boot up your Mac.



3. Getting Hardware Upgrade

Upgrading your RAM is probably the simplest way to ensure a faster computer. As compared to upgrading your processor, it is also much cheaper. If you only have one piece of RAM attached in your Mac, consider getting another one.

At the very least, your Mac should have a 2 GB RAM minimum, and 4 GB RAM is recommended. If you are using 2GB/4GB ram and still finds it running slow, consider getting an additional 2 GB RAM that would logically speed up the performance by 50%.

Another alternative is to get a faster hard drive or use a Solid State Drive (SSD), wich allows the processor to find information on the hard disk in a much, much faster manner than when compared to reading data from a conventional hard disk with a lot of moving parts.

4. Cleaning Up the Hard Drive

All Modern Operating Systems use the hard disk space for temporary storage. Temporary  files, Cache files,  and (most importantly) virtual memory swap files help the OS juggle limited RAM resources among the many apps and tasks which are running.

When your hard drive fills up too much, the free disk space that helps the OS is become smaller and then the system performance suffers.

To free up space you have to delete unneeded data, including old downloads, installers and .zip archives.  There are several Gigabytes of files in your top level /Library/Application Support folder for things like Garage Band, iDVD, etc., which you can delete if you don’t use these applications.  You can also move files to external drives and delete the originals.
You can use cleaner applications such as Detox My Mac, will help to remove all unnecessary files and speed up your Mac.


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Thursday, July 9, 2015


Macs are strong machines, but some times after a period of work they become slow and get more lazy at work. Dispatching and exchanging programs takes longer, the dreaded Spinning Beach Ball appears more regularly, and soon even simple tasks become arduous. What's going on? and Why Is My Mac Running Slow?

A lot of things can decrease performance  and increase the execution time of applications, The most common reasons are: insufficient RAM, insufficient disk space and running too many applications at the same time.

 

1- Insufficient RAM

Your Mac uses RAM to store user data that the CPU is actively using; RAM storage is fast and efficient, but is limited capacity compared with slower disk storage.  Increasing RAM capacity of your Mac helps more data to quickly accessible by the processor, with less need to read and write to disk. You can see how much RAM is installed in your system From the Apple menu, select About This Mac. The window shown below appears.

 

2- Insufficient Disk Space

All Modern Operating Systems use the hard disk space for temporary storage. Temporary  files, Cache files,  and (most importantly) virtual memory swap files help the OS juggle limited RAM resources among the many apps and tasks which are running.

When your hard drive fills up too much, the free disk space that helps the OS is become smaller and then the system performance suffers.  You can check how much free space is left on your drive by :

1- From the Apple menu, select About This Mac. The window shown below appears.
2- Click More Info. The About This Mac window appears.
3- Click Storage. The window shown below appears.

You should always have  a suitable free disk space on your Mac at least 10% of your hard drive, with an absolute minimum of 5GB free.  Drop under this and you will see that your Mac running slow, down to accessing even non-boot drives becomes tricky.

To free up space you have to delete unneeded data, including old downloads, installers and .zip archives.  There are several Gigabytes of files in your top level /Library/Application Support folder for things like Garage Band, iDVD, etc., which you can delete if you don’t use these applications.  You can also move files to external drives and delete the originals.
You can use cleaner applications such as Detox My Mac, will help to remove all unnecessary files and speed up your Mac.

If you feal that the free disk spcae  is Insufficient and you can't remove more files from your Mac then it’s time for a bigger hard drive.


 

3- Running Too Many Applications At The Same Time.

Every applications you run on Mac request its space in RAM, so many Apps you run att the same time will need more space at the RAM, the Mac OS will then start useing the virtual memory swap files on the disk drive and mac begin running slow.

Unlike on a Windows PC In Macintosh closing all the windows for a program does not quit the program on the they still in RAM, You need to choose File –> Quit (or CMD-Q) to exit the application.  If the dot is still glowing underneath a program’s icon in the dock that means it’s still running.





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