Hey folks! I just upgraded to El Capitan (so far, so good!) and then just ran the Chameleon SSD Optimizer, as I was told that this was necessary for every major OS upgrade (I installed a Samsung SSD as my startup drive about a year ago). After running it, however, I realized that the developer had not updated it since Yosemite...and then I started to research, and found that many folks had complained that Chameleon had caused them some issues(?!) My computer is now asking me to restart, but I'm a bit worried that if Chameleon did anything deleterious to it, that restarting will be problematic?! At this point...can anyone shed light on whether or not I'd be safe to restart? FWIW, my last Time Machine backup was from a few days ago, before I installed El Capitan (it was on Mavericks at the time). ANY thoughts appreciated!