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Top 9 CleanMyMac X Alternatives in 2022 (Free & Paid)

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  1. Clean, protect and speed up your Mac

    Updating to the new Mac OS about 26 days ago

    We run the app CleanMyMac X about once a week on our 3 Macs. They never become slow. This app can also do a lot of other helpful stuff in a safe way. We have used it for several years.
  2. PowerMyMac is not only a Mac cleaner app to clean up Mac. It is also a useful tool to optimize and speed up your Mac. Get more free space on your Mac right now.

    paid Free Trial $9.95 / Monthly (One month license for one Mac)

  3. CCleaner cleans, speeds up and frees up space on business endpoints.

  4. This website provides operating system utilities for macOS

    How do I limit how much RAM my Mac will allocate to a program? about about 2 months ago

    Https:// -cache cleaner and general system cleanup tool.
  5. AppCleaner is a small application which allows you to thoroughly uninstall unwanted apps. Installing an application distributes many files throughout your System using space of your Hard Drive unnecessarily.

    I downloaded this from safari and now I can’t uninstall? Help! about 3 days ago

    CleanMyMac is probably a little heavy for this task. I’ve personally used
  6. Disk Inventory X is an open source disk space analyzer and disk management tool for the Mac OS X operating systems that allow the OS X users to check for the availability of free space in their machines.


    So Im having trouble with storage. I have an external drive... about 5 months ago

    For checking which files are large (like windirstat) I'd recommend Disk Inventory X:
  7. SMC

    Smart Mac Care

    This hasn't been added to SaaSHub yet

  8. Clean Mac Malware and Speed Up Mac

  9. DaisyDisk is a disk analyzer tool for OS X that visualizes hard disk usage and allows to free up hard disk space.

    paid Free Trial $9.99 / One-off

    Unable to update Mac. 90-110 GBs for System?! about about 20 hours ago:

    Use DaisyDisk or GrandPerspective and give them full disk access to get a better idea of what is taking up the space.
  10. Smart assistant for better Mac performance