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Mac Cleaner User Guide

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1. Download TechyCub Mac Cleaner on your Mac.
2.Then, click show in Finder. Double click TechyCub Mac Cleaner and place it on the Application icon and the installation will begin.
Install TechyCub Mac Cleaner
3. After finishing the previous step, launch TechyCub Mac Cleaner by clicking the "Get Full Version" button locates on the left side. Then, a new window will pop up on your screen. Simply click "Activate" to activate the program.
Active Mac Cleaner
4. Fill in your Email address (used to purchase the license) and License Code.
Enter Email Address and License Key
5. Click Activate again, then you will see your detailed subscription information, such as the plan, price, account status, and next payment day. If you want to check more personal details and manage your subscription, you can click the Account Center.
Activation Successful
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Step 1. Open System Preferences
After successfully launching Mac Cleaner, click the SCAN button, then a new window will appear. Click "Open System Preferences" and you will see the Full Disk Access window. Click the lock icon underneath to prevent further changes. To accomplish this, enter your password to permit System Preferences to unlock Security & Privacy preferences. Then, click on the "+" button.
Go to Full Disk Access
Step 2. Find TechyCub Mac Cleaner to Open
Now, click Applications. Find TechyCub Mac Cleaner and press Open.
Open Mac Cleaner in Application
Step 3. Quit TechyCub Mac Cleaner
When a window shows up delivering a note saying, "'TechyCub Mac Cleaner' will not have full disk access until it is quit", choose Quit Now.
Now, with Full Disk Access, TechyCub Mac Cleaner is able to scan all areas of your Mac, protect it from virus threats, and leave you no worries behind.
Quit And Reopen Mac Cleaner
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Mac Cleaner is a tool that contains multiple features to clean and optimize your Mac to its maximum performance. Below is a guide on how to use each built-in feature of Mac Cleaner.
Performance Monitor - Have an Overview of Mac's Conditions or Start a Quick Clean
After launching Mac Cleaner, you can see the Mac Cleaner icon in the menu bar from the top-right corner of the screen. From there, the below information is shown:
  • CPU LOAD (current CPU usage percentage)
  • Network (current network condition)
  • Macintosh HD (total and currently available memory space)
  • RAM (total and currently used memory space)
If you click the delete icon next to Macintosh HD, it will automatically go to the Junk Cleaner feature for you to clean unneeded junk files from Mac. If you click the icon next to RAM, you will be able to clear RAM on your Mac with only one click.
Start Mac Cleaner
Junk Cleaner - Scan, Locate and Clear All Junks on Mac
1. Find and click Junk Cleaner on the left side, then press the SCAN button. Now Mac Cleaner will start scanning all junk files on your Mac.
Select Junk Cleaner
2. After the scanning, you will see all the junk files listed: Application Cache, System Cache, System Logs, User Logs, Photo Cache, Email Cache, Email Attachments, iTunes Cache, iTunes Backups, iTunes Downloads, etc.
Scan Junk Files
3. Select the files you want to delete or click "Select All" to remove all junk files.
4. Press the CLEAN button. Wait for a few seconds for Mac Cleaner to clean the selected junk files.
5. When the cleaning process finishes, you will see "Clean Completed" and how much space it’s cleaned. You can also see how much space is available on your dish drive after the cleaning. If needed, click the Review button to click more junk.
Clean Junk Files
Duplicates Finder - Auto Locate Duplicate Document, Photos, and Videos
1. Locate Duplicates Finder on the left side. After that, click the "+" button to choose a folder and then press the SCAN button. You can also change the path before scanning to scan more duplicates.
Select Duplicates Finder
2. Once the scanning process is finished, you can see all of the duplicate files classified into All, Archive, Document, Folder, Media, Picture, and Other. Now, choose one category and click auto select. Then, Mac Cleaner will check all the duplicate files automatically and leave the original ones. You can also click the search icon next to each duplicate file name to review the file.
Scan Duplicate Files
3. Click the CLEAN button to delete the selected files.
Clean Duplicate Files
4. When the cleaning process is done, a window indicating "Cleaned Completed" will show up. You can see how many files have been cleaned and how much space is available on your drive. You can click the Review button to view or delete more duplicate files.
App Uninstaller - Completely Uninstall Apps with All Related Files
1. Click App Uninstaller and press the SCAN button to start scanning all installed apps on your Mac.
Select App Uninstaller
2. When the scanning process finishes, the applications are listed into categories: All Applications, Unused, Leftovers and Selected. Choose one category and locate your unwanted app from the list or type its name on the Search bar from the top right corner.
Scan Apps
3. Then, tick the app you want to uninstall. You can see its associated files by clicking the unfold symbol and view more details by clicking the search icon. After that, simply click CLEAN and the selected apps will be deleted from Mac as well as their related files.
4. Wait a few seconds until the "Cleaned Completed" window pops up. You can view how much space is saved after the uninstalling and how much available space there is on your Mac. You can also click the Review button to view the remaining apps.
Uninstall Mac Apps
Large & Old File - Find Large and Outdated Files by Type, Time, and Size
1. Press Large & Old File on the left side of the interface. Click SCAN to have the software start scanning.
Select Large Old Files
2. Once the scanning process is finished, you can view the scanning results by category: Type, Date, and Size. By type, there are Archives, Pictures, Movies, Music, and Other; By date, you will see files downloaded 1 Year Ago, 1 Month Ago, 1 Week Ago, and within 7 days; By size, files are sorted by Huge, Average, and Small.
Scan Large Old Files
3. Alternatively, view the files in Overview and select the files you do not want. Then, press CLEAN to remove these unwanted large and old files.
4. After this, you will see a "Cleaned Completed" pop-up window. You will be able to view how many files you have deleted and how much space is available. Then, click the Review button to have a look at the remaining large and old files if you want to.
Similar Image Finder - Find and Remove Similar Photos from Mac
1. Find and click the Similar Image Finder module and click the "+" icon to select a folder to scan similar images.
2. Press the SCAN button. You can also change the path to scan more similar images on your Mac.
Select Similar Images Finder
3. After the scanning, all similar images are listed and similar ones are automatically selected by Mac Cleaner. You can also choose the ones you want to delete manually by clicking the file name.
4. Now, click the CLEAN button to remove the selected similar photos.
5. Wait for the cleaning to be done. View how many files are cleaned and how much space is available on your disk from the pop-up "Cleaned Completed" window. If needed, view the remaining similar photos by clicking the Review button.
Clean Similar Images
Shredder - Permanently and Securely Delete No-Longer-Needed Files
1. Locate and press the Shredder module.
2. Click the "+" button to choose the files that you want to permanently remove from your Mac. If you want to choose more files, you can press the Add button again.
3. Then, click SHRED and choose files by ticking. After that, confirm to SHRED.
Shred Files
4. When the files are completely removed from your Mac, a "Cleaned Completed" window will pop up. It shows how many files have just been cleaned and how much space is available on your Mac now. You can also click the Review button to view more files to shred.
Extensions - Manage Built-in Plugins, Start-up Items, Proxy, and Services
1. Click Extension and then press the SCAN button.
Manage Extensions
2. After that, you will see all extensions in these categories: Spotlight Plugins, Safari Extensions, and Internet Plugins.
3. Switch the button next to the extensions from on to off to enable or disable them.
Clean Extensions
Privacy - Locate and Remove All Browsing Data from Mac
1. Click the Privacy module, then click the SCAN button to locate all browsing data from your Mac. Noted that you will have to close all the running browsers to remove more related files.
Select Privacy
2. When the scanning is done, you can see these categories: recent items, your browsers, and application permissions. You can check all browsing data like Auto Fills Value, Cookies, Downloaded File History, Download History, Login History, Search History, Visit History on Chrome, Safari, Firefox, or other browsers.
3. Now, choose the data you want to clean and click the CLEAN button. You may choose multiple items at the same time.
Clean Browser Data
4. When it is done, view how many items are deleted and how much space is available on your disk drive now from the "Cleaned Completed" window. You can click the Review button to clean more items.
Optimization - Speed up Mac by 5 Features
  • Login Items: You can manage the applications that automatically launch when you log in. Simply enable or disable less-used apps.
  • Speed Up Mail: Mac Cleaner improves your inbox performance by re-indexing the Mail database. This feature is recommended when your Mail's speed gets slow.
  • Free Up RAM: Your Mac will become slow once the RAM is full. You can easily get rid of all the useless junks on your Mac to optimize its speed.
  • Free Up Purgeable Space: You can't manually delete purgeable space. Mac might remove the files that are designated purgeable when the space is required. But with this feature, you can release purgeable space with only one click.
  • Clean DNS Cache: Any recently visited site is cached on your Mac until the time defined by the DNS (Domain Name System) server has expired. You might need to clear and reset them when there are Internet connectivity errors or other issues.
Optimize Mac