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Mavericks Cache Cleaner is an award-winning general purpose tool for OS X. MCC makes system maintenance simple with an easy point-and-click interface to many OS X functions. Novice and expert users alike will appreciate the powerful toolset MCC provides. Mavericks Cache Cleaner is one of the world's leading maintenance tools, with millions of downloads around the globe.

Maintenance. Mavericks Cache Cleaner is a one-stop solution for all of your OS X maintenance needs. Intel or PPC, Tiger or Mavericks, MCC has the tools to keep your system running at its best. MCC Documents and the MCC Engine maintain more...

What's New

Version 8.0.8:
  • Adds compatibility with OS X 10.9.4.
  • Minor optimizations and improvements.

Requirements

OS X 10.4 or later

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Jazzica Member IconComment+442
Jazzica
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The screenshot is for Mountain Lion CC. But things haven't changed much here. Written in BASIC, it appears. I think it's a good wrapper. Onyx is a great one. It may do less, but it evolves and it works, and it's free. Still, MCC is a good buy, but I uninstalled. It doesn't quite look right, and it's slow.

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Version 8.0.8
Albabe Member IconComment+779
Albabe
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Great client... but I'm wondering why it can't Update from inside the application?

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Version 8.0.7
Leesa Member IconComment+246
Leesa
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I might be off here, but I've noticed that most of the time when a New Cache Cleaner is up... there is usually a corresponding OS Update that day. So... New Mavericks Update today? It would be nice if they've fixed all the stuff that's been pissing me off (Dream on, kiddo).

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Version 8.0.5
Leesa
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Wrong again, Ethel!

GeoProf Member IconComment+889
GeoProf
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A quick but important question: Can the permissions for an installation of OS 10.7.5 on a portable USB or FireWire drive be accurately fixed by Apple’s Disk Utility from an OS 10.6.8 startup disk? In other words, are permissions OS-specific, or can one OS’s Disk Utility accurately fix the perms of a different OS?

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Version 8.0.4
Leesa
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Good Question. I've heard yes and no from Tech folks.

I would Option>Restart and Run Disc Utility from the Recovery Partition... at least that's what I've been doing in Mavericks.

GeoProf
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Hmmm, interesting answer. I’ve been ignoring the Recovery Partition as much as possible since Lion first came out, and that’s led me to exclude entirely from consideration a whole range of solutions that might employ it. That was bullheaded of me. Thanks.

However, I still wonder whether permissions are OS-specific, or if they can be correctly fixed from a different OS startup disk.

Albabe
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@ GeoProf

I just wouldn't chance it. I just went from Snow Leopard to Mavericks and there are lots of things that are really annoying me... (Mostly I just am disturbed that Apple has now decided that All Of Us must Work in the same way)...

But one of the really cool things is to start in Recovery Mode or the Option>Restart and choose the Disc Utility in the Recovery Partition. I'm digging that part.

Foulger Member IconReview+284
Foulger
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I regard this maintenance app as probably the best in its class. However what I have found is that of late, the author is not answering E-Mails. -I have sent 3 E-Mails now asking if MCC also cleans out the caching server on Mavericks server, which is very important in fact,and have so far received no reply. Maybe Alaska is frozen over but that should not affect good manners and communication. I still rate it highly but am disappointed at the non communication issue.

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Version 8.0.3
Dellsuxx
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Thanks for your recommendation I just bought the Mavericks Cache Cleaner/Appiorty Bundle @ $15 bucks which looked pretty darn great! Also love that they use PayPal direct a real plus! Don't like the 24 hour wait for License notification though but It's an Independent company not a big corporation.

edadorcey Member IconReview+1
edadorcey
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I’ve been using this cache cleaner for some time now and I didn’t encounter any problem so far. I think it’s worth the penny I paid for, fair enough.

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Version 8.0.3
richardt2742 Member IconReview+2
richardt2742
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Meh ... I demo'd for awhile, then deleted. the trouble is, I can't get rid of the reminder that it's shareware, even though it no longer exists in my computer.

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Version 8.0.2
MacGrobo Member IconReview+15
MacGrobo
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on my Mavericks i7 27" iMac w 16GB Ram it's totally unresponsive. Bad programming makes me loose confidence in a tool targeted at system maintenance tasks. Stay away.

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Version 8.0.2
Hal2007
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Seems to be written in BASIC. That should explain the lagging.

Leesa
+0

Cache Cleaner always works great for me.

DigiMonk Member IconComment+4
DigiMonk
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Oversized application created with a basic-compiler. Includes some other external tools. Depends on many things not coming from Apple.

Why not use a native Cocoa-Application for such a task or at least something that does not depends on so many things.

Interesting fact: often, developers inform us proudly how they created their application (... is a native Cocoa-Application written in Objective-C with Xcode 5) but I never saw that when it comes to a RealBasic-Application. They really try to not mention it. There must be a good reason for this.

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Version 8.0.2
DigiMonk
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Sorry for my bad English

MacGrobo
+1

that's why it's incredibly slow with lots of temporal freezing!!! just clicking a button on its interface makes me wait for a couple of minutes before it becomes responsible again!
Terrible programming/quality testing. Don't use this.

Leesa
+0

It works nice and speedy for me.

Foulger Member IconReview+284
Foulger
+2

I too have used this maintainence app in all its variants since Tiger. I have ALL the maintainence apps both free and paid and without a doubt this is the most comprehensive. I especiall like the ability to install it on a thumb drive for registered users, which is just so convenient. I too use spaces and haven't had the trouble the previous reviewer mentioned (9 desktops)

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Version 8.0.1
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Roes
Version 8.0.1
user icon+44
Ali_Egypt
Version 8.0.1
user icon+5
brfer
Version 7.0.9
user icon+40
Priosantos-Jan
Version 7.0.7
user icon+0
AlainLai1947
Version 7.0.6
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bluecheese
Version 7.0.6
user icon+6
Timelawd
Version 7.0.1
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JacobsIvan
Version 7.0.1
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Moccaboi
Version 7.0
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mittgingrich
Version 7.0
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Details

Downloads 1,209,252
Version Downloads 4,358
Type Utilities / System
License Demo
Date 01 Jul 2014
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $9.99
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