Author Topic: PreferenceCleaner helps you track down and remove preference files on Mac OS X  (Read 1712 times)

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PreferenceCleaner helps you track down and remove preference files for your applications!

Preference files can become corrupt and cause an application to become unstable. Alternatively, if an application has a large array of preferences you might find it simpler to delete the files than to locate a setting which has enabled an undesired behaviour. PreferenceCleaner is a utility which aims to simplify the task of deleting preference files.

Requires Mac OS X 10.4.4 or higher (Snow Leopard supported). PreferenceCleaner is a Universal Binary.
Installation is as simple as dragging the the application from the disk image to your hard drive.

Current version: 1.0.4
New in this version:

    * Fixed a bug where batch lists could not be opened by double-clicking in the Finder.

New in version: 1.0.3
New in this version:

    * Improved feedback in advanced mode to give the number of files actually deleted.
    * Fixed bug which prevented the window from being reopened if it was closed.

New in version: 1.0.2

    * Now supports drag and drop of applications straight into the batch list.

New in version 1.0.1:

    * Improved search algorithm now finds a more complete set of files and folders.
    * Fixed a minor Leopard compatibility issue encoutered when adding applications without a CFBundleIdentifier.
    * Fixed a minor interface bug.

Download File size: 72 KB.


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