whats the best maintenance/repair program for a macbook

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  1. NineMileDrag

    NineMileDrag burn life away

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    I'm looking at Spring cleaning 10 from the guys who made toast. I really dont know if a maintenance program is even neccessary on a mac. Any suggestions or preferances?
     
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    o not bad its freeware too
     
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    Spring Cleaning is NOT from the guys that made Toast. Spring Cleaning is published by Smith Micro which use to be Allume which use to be Aladdin Sys. Horrid company. Toast is published by Roxio now and has always been written by Markus Fest. Markus is an amazing programmer and would never make junk like Spring Cleaning.

    Drive Genius 2.1 was released 2 days ago. In addition to fixing issues that Apple causes due to their non-standard ways (both incorrect and potentially harmful) of addressing SATA devices in 10.5, it also adds drive cleaning capabilities like removing unused languages from the OS and programs, removing PPC (or Intel) portions of a UB that are un-needed, and more.
     
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    Drive Genius 2:bowdown: thanks
     

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