Ilovemymac

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Ilovemymac
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Yay!! It's back!! I missed this screensaver! Thank you!

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Version 2.0
Ilovemymac
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http://osxdaily.com/2012/11/29/5-tips-make-itunes-look-normal/

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Version 11.0
Ilovemymac
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As a Certified Apple Tech, I have personally seen this software wreak havoc on customers computers, slowing down the system to a complete crawl. I have found there is a setting called something to the effect of "Real Time System Monitoring". With that setting checked, it uses roughly around 200% of the systems processor. With it unchecked, the system runs normally. Even with that setting checked or unchecked, I would still not run or recommend this software to anyone. It's completely unnecessary, and like over posts have mentioned, there are many better and FREE alternatives out there. Onyx or ClamXav to name a few.

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Version 2.2
Ilovemymac
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Mike101, so your basically saying that I'm a lier. I'm an Apple Certified Technician, I have personally seen MacKeeper compleatly bog down many of our customers computers, (most of witch are old people who don't know any better). None of witch are torrenting, and I'm sure most of them got sucked into your devious marketing ploy. I have seen many instances where MacKeep uses close to 200% of the CPU. And we have plenty of documentation to prove it. Wether or not MacKeeper has partnered with Avira or featured at MacWorld, doesn't make it a good piece of software. While there are a few malware or trojans that pop up now and then on the Mac, they are quickly patched by Apple or the developer of the software that is cause of the exploit. As long as you stay up to date on your System and software, there is really no need for programs like MacKeeper. But if you must have something, like a mentioned before, there are many BETTER and FREE alternatives out there. OnyX, ClamXav, Sophos, LCC, etc. Mike101, you ether work for MacKeeper or a paid advertiser. You are the lier. I have nothing to benefit from posting this, I'm only spreading the truth.

Ilovemymac
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What I want to know, is if there is a way to disable "full screen" completely from the entire system? Yeah, full screen is nice and all, but not when your using multiple displays. The fact that it renders the second display completely useless is just stupid. Any chance this can be changed?

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Version 1.2
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Ilovemymac
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The one feature I'm waiting for is the ability to display Visualizers on a second display. (For parties of corse).

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Version 3.1.4
Disk LEDDisk LEDReview
Ilovemymac
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I like it. I would like it even better if it would tell you what file/files or apps are accessing your drive.

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Version 1.1
Ilovemymac
+3

You have to install this via a .pkg file (sketchy), and during the install in launches the Terminal and does something weird and closes the Terminal right away. That's a bit sketchy to me. Apps shouldn't need to be messing with the Terminal to install. Subsequently, I immediately trashed the program and all associated files I could find. I'm not messing with this. It's too suspicious.

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Version 0.8.1