iBoostUp Ver 3.91
1 1

By Deepak
(2)

1 Screenshot

About This File

BOOSTUP FEATURES

ico_meter.pngStatus The iBoostUp status screen gives you an easy to read overview of your system and it's health. ico_clean.pngQuick Clean

Clean and speed up your Mac and improve your OS X experience with only a few clicks! ico_cookie.pngCookies

Data stored in cookies may be used by websites to track your browsing. Removing cookies may reduce tracking, but may also log you out of websites. ico_dedupe.pngDuplicate File Finder *

Duplicate File Finder helps you regain disk space and reduce clutter by searching for files with identical content, irrespective of location or filename. Please review scan results carefully before selecting files for removal, but rest assured that in case of inadvertent deletion your files are recoverable from Mac OS's Trash. ico_shrink.pngApp Shrinker *

Mac OS Applications often include space consuming resources such as a variety of unneeded language files. iBoostUp's App Shrinker trims applications into shape and saves disk space by removing these components. ico_cache.pngSystem Caches

System caches can be useful in speeding up access to commonly launched applications or webpages. Over time caches can grow to consume considerable amounts of disk space so occasional purging is recommended. ico_disk.pngDisk Optimization

Regularly performing a Disk Health 'Scan and Fix' will keep your startup times fast and your Mac responsive. ico_ram.pngMemory Booster *

Mac OS X is quite competent at managing your system's memory, but in certain instances manually freeing memory can be beneficial to performance. Memory Booster frees up your Mac's RAM and is recommended for use prior to launching memory intensive applications such as graphic design packages, games and emulators. ico_net.pngNetwork Optimization

iBoostUp is able to measure access to your most commonly visited websites and suggest more optimal settings if required. ico_crashes.pngCrash Logs

Viewing your list of crashed applications can help troubleshoot performance and stability problems. ico_start.pngStartup Items

iBoostUp makes it easy to view all items loaded at startup and services installed on your Mac. ico_log.pngClean System Logs

Your Mac Operating System and installed applications keep a log of certain events. System logs can be useful when diagnosing problems, but over time can grow to consume considerable amounts of disk space. ico_firewall.pngFirewall

Checks your firewall and gives security recommendations based on your current settings. ico_shredder.pngFile Shredder

Deleted files are usually recoverable from your disks and memory cards using specialized recovery software. iBoostUp's File Shredder securely wipes files you select and makes them unrecoverable. ico_arp.pngARP Cache Poisoning Detector *

ARP poisoning is a network attack technique whereby a connected user sends fake Address Resolution Protocol messages onto a local network. Attackers may then be able to intercept, modify and otherwise disrupt your network traffic. iBoostUp's ARP Cache Poisoning Detector scans for and alerts you with recommendations when ARP Cache Poisoning attacks are detected on the network. ico_wifi.pngWireless security

Connecting to the internet using a Wi-Fi access point is quick and easy, but depending on configuration, carries varying levels of privacy risks. iBoostUp's Wireless security tool checks your wi-fi connection and alerts you to potential privacy issues as well as giving security recommendations. ico_assoc.pngFile Type Associations

iBoostUp's File Type Associations tool allows you to view and edit which Applications are launched when clicking on different file types from Finder. ico_trashes.pngEmpty Trash

Scans for and removes items from your Trash. You should always examine your trashed items before emptying. ico_recent.pngFinder Recent Items

The Mac OS Finder keeps a list of recently accessed Applications, Documents and Servers. Cleaning is recommended for privacy. ico_safari.pngSafari Browser History

Apple's Safari Web Browser keeps a timestamped list of websites you've visited. Cleaning is recommended for privacy. ico_firefox.pngFirefox Browser History

Clears your Firefox browsers' web history. Cleaning is recommended for privacy. ico_chrome.pngGoogle Chrome Browser History

Google's Chrome Web Browser keeps a timestamped list of websites you've visited. Cleaning is recommended for privacy. ico_preview.pngPreview Recent Files

Clears OS X Preview's list of recently accessed images and documents. ico_quicktime.pngQuickTime Player Recent Items

Clears Apple QuickTime Player's list of recently accessed video files. ico_vlc.pngVLC Player Recent Items

Clears VideoLAN media player's list of recently accessed video files. ico_mplayer.pngMPlayerX Recent Items

Clears MPlayer's list of recently accessed video files. ico_downloads.pngDownloaded Files

Empty your 'Downloads' folder to remove files downloaded from the internet. You should always examine contents before emptying. ico_update.pngCheck My Applications

This feature will scan your system to find information about the software installed on your Mac. Utilizing the large iBoostUp community we are able to discover and display the most up-to-date information about any application that you have installed. ico_uninstaller.pngApp Uninstaller *

iBoostUp's Uninstaller helps remove unwanted Apps by seeking out any related files that would be otherw



  • Download this file


  • User Feedback


    Deepak

    • 5
      

    Share this review


    Link to review
    Guest

    • 4
      

    Share this review


    Link to review
    • Similar Content

      • By Leonel Chirinos
        Incredible!
         
        Now
        You can Download(with resuming!) Latest Apple HD Recovery package, 
        Extract HFS-image and Restore it with BDU.
        Automatically Check/Download the Latest Clover Rev.
        and Check Zip-archives in Local Repository
        for existing Clover Rev,
        Download  files from User Download List
        and BDU Additional Download List.
      • By aisikbay
        Hello everyone.
        So I setup my virtual machine last night. This morning I went to install xcode and waited all day for it to install. I get home and it still hasn't installed. It stays at the spinning loading screen on the top left next to the back and forward buttons.
      • By agusttt
        Hi, 
         
        I'm having an issue making iCloud work. The only one that works for me is App Store, the rest won't work. 
         
        I've already tried the solution with EfiStudio, and already downloaded the Nvram file into Modules folder. 
         
        Any further help will be very appreciated. 
         
        Thank you.
      • By Max Helle
        Hey Guys
        I have an Asus ux32a-db5.
         
        I have succefully installed mac os mavericks on to it with a dual boot of windows 7
        Everything is working perfect even battery,brightness,sound and HDMI.
        I changed my Wifi centurion card for an Atheros 9285.
        I am using an Atheros 9285 wifi card to use the internet which is working fine.
        I dont have Lan connector since it is a thin ultra book.
         
        But i cannot get Apple store to work.
        I am already using the boot option Ethernet Built In but i still get the error message.
         
        Thanks for your help 
         
        attached are pictures of my System Information network
         
         
         
         

         
         
         

      • By Deepak
        Make Clover&Chameleon bootable USB Flash Disk




        under OS Windows XP ,7,8 and 8.1.




        Description:





        BootDisk Utility is intended to make a external bootable USB Flash Disk by installing to it special Data set (MBR, PBR sectors and Data files) of EFI-based Clover bootloader & Chameleon bootloaders.



        Boot:




        In the root directory of the
        boot disk are numbered boot files. At boot time, for 3 seconds when the flashing line at the top left of the screen, press the corresponding key:
        boot (Clover 64bit-default) - no key
        boot2 (Chameleon) - 2
        boot3 (Clover 32bit - in the last Clover revisions - not included) - 3
        boot6 (Clover 64bit - the same default) - 6
        boot7 (that includes BiosBlockIO driver for RAID controllers, JMicron, NForce and other non-Intel SATA/ATA/SCSI etc.) - 7

    • Popular Contributors