John Burik
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John_in_cincy reviewed on 07 Mar 2012
MacKeeper *is* a keeper. I've been using for about a year and a half and love it, on both my desktop and MacBook. I don't actively use it every day or even every week, but it's there when I want it *and* it automatically reminds me of updates available or when there are loose ends from something I've deleted. I especially like its ability to trim binary clutter and languages I don't use. The only reason for a four, rather than five, star rating rating is it's too good finding potential updates (i.e. programs I don't want or need to update). Of course if I read the manual there's probably a way around that. ;-)
[Version 2.0.1]



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John_in_cincy commented on 10 Apr 2010
I ran into some problems using the ap yesterday (4/09/10) and overnight to this morning (when I switched it to Manual sync only). The syncs would begin again within seconds of the last sync. I changed all my Mac cals (iMac, iPod Touch and iPad) to ignore events older than 30 days), turned off MobileMe, and even used the Start Over feature, then Replace Data on Google (which deletes Google data and replaces with data from my computer) -- all to no avail. All events on my Mac calendars appear to be OK, but Google is missing an event from yesterday. I would be cautious about this product. I also note others are having problems in the forum at the developer site. Great idea *and* I'd be cautious.
[Version 3.0.4]



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