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Cleaner One Pro: Keep Your Mac or PC Running Smoothly

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Cleaner One Pro is a disk cleaning utility app that keeps your computer running at the peak of its abilities. The minimal interface is a cinch to use, allowing you to visualize the consumed space on your drive and free up storage in a single click. Cleaner One Pro also boasts several handy features for optimizing the performance of your machine, from a startup manager to automatic disk cleaning. What...

Pictogram: Use Custom macOS App Icons With Ease

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Pictogram is an app that lets you customize the icons for macOS. It is made for macOS 11.0, a.k.a. Big Sur, or a newer version of macOS. The highlighting feature of this app is that it can keep the custom icons even after the apps update. Pictogram has a neat and clean user interface, making it a solid option to consider if you’re looking to get custom icons for macOS....

BuhoCleaner: Clean and Speed Up Your macOS Device

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BuhoCleaner is a cleaning app for macOS devices. It has a focus on speed and reliability and comes with support for macOS Big Sur out of the box. It simplifies the process of Mac cleaning and promises a quick performance boost for your devices. It also supports the new macOS devices that come with Apple Silicon chipset, the Apple M1. Who made it? BuhoCleaner comes from the Dr.Buho team. The...

Serene: The App to Get Your Focus Back

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Say goodbye to digital distractions and get used to undisturbed ‘deep work’ with the new Serene app, the macOS for laser focus. Soon coming to windows 10, it enables the ever-increasing number of remote workers to maintain a higher level of focus and in turn produce their best possible work. No distractions in just one click.   Serene is an alternative to the drawn-out process of shutting down apps and distractions...

Optimize your Mac with CleanMyMac X (Full Review)

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Apple’s Mac OS has been the preferred operating system for many people over the years. While I myself like it quite a lot and often recommend people to switch to it, I have noticed that a common error that many people make while buying a Mac OS device like the MacBook, is getting the cheapest configuration. Until very recently, Apple’s base offering for most Mac devices came with 128GB of...
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