Tiger Cache Cleaner is so sexy

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by XNine, Jun 19, 2006.

  1. XNine macrumors 68040

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    http://www.northernsoftworks.com/tigercachecleaner.html

    If your Admin or any other account seams to hang at login, after unplugging everything, repairing permissions and all that, try Tiger Cache Cleaner. Boot into safe mode (hold shift while booting) and login to the account, use Tiger Cache Cleaner to clear out the user caches and it'll probably fix it. Just saved my ass. Woot!
     
  2. wiseguy27 macrumors 6502

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    You could also use the free application "MainMenu" from http://www.santasw.com/products.html - it can do a lot more than user cache cleaning (including system cache cleaning, all browsers cache cleaning, fotn cache cleaning, rebuilding Spotlight indexes, etc.). :)
     
  3. XNine thread starter macrumors 68040

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    Great find! Thanks for the info.

    However, TCC also has those abilities and lots more. Worth the money if you ask me.
     
  4. wiseguy27 macrumors 6502

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    Yeah, TCC does a whole lot more than MainMenu, but certain things that MainMenu does seem to be missing in TCC. TCC is definitely worth looking at. :)
     
  5. SC68Cal macrumors 68000

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    This can all be done from the Terminal, you know.

    Everyone do yourselves a favor and download CLIX from Rixstep.

    http://www.rixstep.com/4/0/clix/index.shtml

    I've never used TCC, but I'm tempted to say it's just a fancy candy wrapper for Unix commands. They're selling you something you already have.
     
  6. g3ski macrumors member

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    OS X is a fancy wrapper for UNIX too. Do you log directly into the terminal to get all of your work done?
     

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