I am a relatively new convert from the PC world. I loved the hierarchical filing system on the PC. On the Mac I have not found a way to implement this kind of system. Is there a way to do it or an App that will? Thanks!
Thanks, I need to try!I thought I would start a thread of useful applications for the Mac which can benefit all users.
My first recommendation is OnyX. OnyX is a maintenance, optimization, and personalization utility for Mac OS X (PowerPC and Intel). It also makes it possible to configure certain hidden parameters of the Finder, Dock, and Safari, to remove a certain number of files and folders that may become cumbersome, preview the different logs and CrashReporter reports, and more.
In addition to all the above, OnyX is totally Freeware, you may copy and distribute it at will and use it for as long a time as you want!
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Please add to this thread as you will, the more useful programs we can share, the better!
Thanks for helpful advice. I've already downloaded it.Great free duplicate finder, no need to pay for this kind of software: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/duplicate-file-finder-remover/id1152611077
Well stated! This piece of "crap" software is still "making the rounds", so to speak, and some folks still use it! It is even advertised on www.yahoo.com.In my 22 years of using Macs I have never come accross a more destuctive programme as Mac`Keeper. I don't know how it keeps getting good write ups. I know of noone thats thinks it has any benificial worth for anything over 1 week
Thanks. I will be careful with Mackeeper. I tried OnyX but the interface is terrible for me. I bought MacFly Pro license for a month. Will see. Yet it's worth its money.Mackeeper is bad, and you need to get rid of it (and all its "pieces") as soon as possible. The freeware program Onyx can perform some disk cleanup, and either Tech Tool Pro or Disk Warrior are excellent choices for more disk cleanup, disk maintenance, and disk repairs. I have Onyx and Tech Tool Pro, and I would not be without them!
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