A long time ago we had our tryst with Stellar Phone Recovery. It’s time to move from the phone to your Mac.
Call it the curse of every system but be it a Mac or a PC, files get accumulated, things become, and your Mac does slow down. That’s when things become the kind of pain in the back. It sucks when you are using a pathetically slow system.
The blame, of course, falls on a lot of stuff that’s out of our immediate access: temp files, cache memory, system junk, logs, extensions and internal app data that goes into the system. If you can clean these up, you are on your way to making your Mac fast enough, back again.
Stellar SpeedUp App Review
There are two ways to do this: the manual method where you go checking system folders. This is a dangerous method. The other one is to use custom software that will help you speed up your Mac by cleaning up a lot of things.
Stellar Data Recovery’s SpeedUp Mac is one such software that helps you clean up files on your Mac (the boot volume) so that your Mac speeds up. At its very best, SpeedUp Mac can help you get your Mac back on track with rapid processing time and no delays in opening files and apps.
Using SpeedUp Mac is simple. You just install the software, select the areas that need scanning+cleaning and hit SpeedUp. The software automatically checks everything on the boot volume and lets you choose files to be removed. You can, alternatively, remove all junk and cache, so your Mac is clean enough to run faster and smoother.
SpeedUp Mac scans and cleans up:
- Log Files
- System Junk
- Trash files
- Language Files
- Univ Binaries
You also get to manage apps and extensions from a single window within SpeedUp Mac. This way, you don’t have to shunt between various screens just to manage installed apps.
Although there’s a free version to help you sample the software, SpeedUp Mac will cost you $34.99. If you use your Mac a lot, SpeedUp Mac (and CleanUp Mac) should come in quite handy.
That’s all, mate!
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