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iTool is a multifunction utility for a complete system maintenance, it's easy to use, also for "the first time" users; iTool is built around a tabbed interface that lets you find quickly the wanted task. iTool can perform automate processes that will run the chosen tasks, to handle your maintenance tasks with no fuss at all. For those who don't want to fiddly with choices, iTool can guide you thru a compact maintenance wizard called "Automate Assistant" that will help you troubleshoot problems within your system just with a few steps. iTool not only maintains you system healthy, it also lets you tweak hidden functions of you Mac OS X more...

What's New

Version 2.0.10:
  • NEW- Internet section: delete Safari recent researches.
  • NEW - Tweak section/Stack: now you can add your recent applications within a Stack on the Dock.


Mac OS X 10.5 or later

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Macgal Member IconComment+1

Works fine for me. And one of the few tools around that can clear the ever potentially dangerous Flash cookies, the danger of which is not so well known amongst the average person.

Needing to use your Admin password is standard for most utilities which make any kind of change to your system files.

The dev's blog site seems to have been removed. Hope the dev is still working on this utility. Whilst I don't use all its functions with 100% trust, I do regularly use it.

FORMICA is a jerkoff. This person has not even attempted to try something & gives it a thumbs down. What an idiot. Probably a racist nazi also.

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Version 2.0.10
Paul04 Member IconReview+17

I got this app looking on Apple's site, but since I currently use this version, I thought I'd write a review. I got it and was curious on how well it was. I tired it, and it worked great, no problems and it did as it said it would. I recommend yasu over iTool if you're a bit suspicious, but otherwise it's a nice tool and works fine for me.

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Version 2.0.10
Formica Member IconComment+259

"Code optimization" is not a sufficient explanation about "What's New" in this version of iTool, considering that it WIPED LHOFM1's hard drive (see comments below). A fuller explanation and some indication that the developer has located and corrected the problem is required before I would even consider downloading and installing it on my system (even if it is free), and I surmise that many others feel the same.

And couldn't the developer come up with a better name than iTool? Maybe iWang, or iShwantz, or even iWanker! Do you call this app's output iLoad?

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Version 2.0.09
Hotmac Member IconComment+72

Broken downloadlink :-(

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LHofm1 Member IconComment+1

I have been using iTool for some time now. Yesterday (June 21, 2009) I ran it and it said there was an update. I downloaded and installed the update. Then when I ran iTool it proceeded to wipe out my hard drive. The computer was no longer bootable nor was there any data or programs remaining on it.

(I have a 15" MacBook Pro with an Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.93 GHZ, with a 250 GB Solid State Drive)

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macmissionary Member IconComment-1

Keeps asking for my admin password and then tells me I'm getting it wrong.

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Version 2.0b7
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Georgi A. Markov
Version 2.0.10
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Current Version (2.x)


Downloads 17,608
Version Downloads 6,339
Type Utilities / System
License Free
Date 24 Jul 2009
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free