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Regain Lost Performance of Your Mac With iTuneUp

iTuneUp is a free system optimizing tool for Mac operating system that monitors and fixes common performance issues like unresponsiveness, slow speed, unexpected crashes and errors of your Mac OS automatically as they occur.

A notable feature of this tool is that, there are no complicated options to configure; optimizations are automatic whenever possible. However, you also have the option of performing a manual tune up to improve performance.

iTuneUp has following features:

  1. Real-time optimization: Takes action whenever needed. For example, when an application over utilizes CPU.
  2. Optimize and repair: Clean and speed up your Mac and improve your OS X experience with a single click.
  3. System Report: Makes report based on hardware, network latency, software, and configuration. You can use this information to fine-tune your system,
  4. System information: View information that is not always easily accessible such as a complete list of startup items and installed services, etc.
iTuneUp can be downloaded free at source here


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