CCleaner for Mac 1.07 scrubs cache, cookies and crud
Piriform, Inc has released CCleaner for Mac 1.07.233, a minor refresh of its Mac freeware cleaning tool. Modelled closely on CCleaner 4.0 for Windows, version 1.07 sports the same refreshed program icons and interface tweaks as found in the latest Windows build, but also sports a number of new and improved features.
Notable improvements in this new release include better compatibility with OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and better cleaning speeds when running in the latest version of OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion).
CCleaner for Mac 1.07.233 also promises improved cleaning of Safari items -- currently the program supports cleaning the cache, history, cookies and download history. Cookie management has also been improved -- users can individually select which cookies to delete and keep via the Options > Cookies section of the program.
The update is rounded off with minor GUI improvements and a number of unspecified bug fixes, and adds an in-app upgrade path for those wishing to purchase the Pro version -- select CCleaner > About CCleaner to do so.
CCleaner 1.07 builds on improvements from the last release, which included faster cleaning of the Google Chrome cache, improved memory management in OS X 10.8 and the addition of a check for updates tool.
CCleaner for Mac 1.07.233 is available now as a freeware download for Macs running OS X 10.5 (Leopard) or later. Also available are CCleaner 4.0 and CCleaner Portable 4.0 for Windows, along with third-party tool CCEnhancer 3.7, which extends the Windows tool’s cleaning capabilities to over 900 programs.