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MacPaw has the new cleanup app CleanMyMac X for Mac hard drives. Similar to Apple itself, the new update from which it was released for SetApp there is a test version, presented by the developer in the highest tones: "The Mac's best friend - in a new version. The 10 year anniversary version of CleanMyMac is even better and light years ahead of everything else.“- If you already have a previous version, you can Upgrade to CleanMyMac X with a 50% discount. Further details and information as well as an outlook on my test of the software can be found below.
MacPaw CleanMyMac X should not only serve to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the software series. It also includes new and improved features that make cleaning up your Mac hard drive easier and faster, as well as options that help keep your Mac, iMac, and MacBook more secure. Here is a small overview of the features highlighted by the development team:
MacPaw has worked out an interesting price structure for CleanMyMac X, which will benefit all those who either buy by September 12, 2018 or already have an older version of the software. Here I have summarized the individual prices of the cleaning software for the Apple Mac and its hard drive:
As already mentioned at the beginning, you can download CleanMyMac X (from macOS 10.10) for example via the SetApp software subscription. Of course, you can also download the program from the MacPaw website: click here (Download starts automatically if not deactivated). Do you want to take a look around the supplier's shop page and possibly the other products such as Gemini 2, Wallpaper Wizard 2, Hider 2 or CleanMyPC (here is a test), then that works too: with this link.
Diligent readers of the blog know that I already have one CleanMyMac 3 test have carried out. I will also take a closer look at the latest anniversary version of the app and publish my experiences with it as a test report. Subscribers to the Sir Apfelot Newsletters also know that I always try to get one or two license keys to raffle off from the developers of the apps presented. This is also the case here. If I have the opportunity to grant you free access to CleanMyMac X, I will let you know;)
Jens has been running the blog since 2012. He appears as Sir Apfelot for his readers and helps them with problems of a technical nature. In his free time he drives electric unicycles, takes photos (preferably with his iPhone, of course), climbs around in the Hessian mountains or hikes with the family. His articles deal with Apple products, news from the world of drones or solutions for current bugs.