sterX3
sterX3
1.1

4.8

sterX3 free download for Mac

sterX31.1

23 December 2004

Maintenance app for OS X.

Overview

Simple maintenance application for Mac OS X...
  • Run all Cron Jobs
  • Repair Disk Permissions
  • Update Prebinding
  • Update Locate Database
  • Update Whatis Database
  • Clean Cookies
  • Clean History
  • Clean Download Caches
  • Clean browser Caches
  • Restart, Shutdown view log after executing.
  • No Installer

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5 Reviews of sterX3

Anonymous
24 December 2004
Version: 1.1

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When choosing a function, you can only click "Ok" or "Quit"? So if you have chosen the wrong function you have to quit the application and restart it. Why not have a "cancel"-option?
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Anonymous
18 April 2005
Version: 1.1
don't forget the countless "notepad" replacements and "things which go in the dock or menubar and show you something you already knew" applications out there as well. some people just like to see their name in print, i guess
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4.75
Anonymous
28 December 2004
Version: 1.1
For quick maintaining mac's, great! Otherwise I miss log file cleaning!
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Anonymous
25 December 2004
Version: 1.1
I constantly find myself wondering why people find it necessary to keep writing such apps. There must me close to 10 identical apps floating around. They all do the same thing (move the dock around, change some hidden settings, run cron scripts, update prebindings etc.) Some are free and some have the nerve to charge for these simple command line wrappers. I'm not trying to call the developers idiots because i'm certain many of them are highly skilled, however why such programs are constantly cloned deeply confuses me!?
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Anonymous
24 December 2004
Version: 1.1
deselect what you have selected & select what you want. That should do the trick ; )
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Anonymous
24 December 2004
Version: 1.1
When choosing a function, you can only click "Ok" or "Quit"? So if you have chosen the wrong function you have to quit the application and restart it. Why not have a "cancel"-option?
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