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    CleanMyMac X 4.15.0 LATEST

  • Review by

    Michael Reynolds

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    macOS 10.13 High Sierra or later

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Clean, optimize, and maintain your Mac with the all-new CleanMyMac X. It scans every inch of your system, removes gigabytes of junk in just two clicks, and monitors the health of your Mac. CleanMyMac X 2024 is the world's best Mac cleaner. It allows you to clean up and speed up Mac; maintain and optimize your Mac computer with two simple clicks!

CleanMyMac X is an all-in-one utility app designed to optimize and maintain the performance of macOS-based computers. Developed by MacPaw, it aims to provide users with a comprehensive solution for cleaning, optimizing, and organizing their Mac devices. With a user-friendly interface and a wide range of features, the software promises to help users free up space, improve system speed, and enhance overall Mac experience.

It hunts down clutter in every nook and cranny of your macOS. It effectively removes unnecessary files, such as outdated caches, incomplete downloads, logs, and redundant localizations. You can easily eliminate a significant amount of the mess that accumulates in applications like iTunes, Mail, and Photos. Additionally, the tool can uncover sizable hidden files taking up gigabytes of space. With the Mac cleaning features of CleanMyMac X, you can swiftly shed the excess baggage in a matter of seconds.

Key Features

System Junk Cleanup: The app scans and removes system caches, logs, and temporary files that accumulate over time, effectively freeing up valuable disk space.

Malware Removal: It includes a malware scanner that helps users detect and remove malicious software that could potentially harm their system.

Privacy Protection: The software helps users maintain their privacy by clearing browsing history, cookies, and other sensitive data from web browsers and various applications.

Optimization Tools: It includes tools to manage startup items, reduce system load, and optimize RAM usage for smoother performance.

Large File Cleanup: It identifies and helps users remove large files and folders that might be taking up unnecessary space on their Mac.

Uninstaller: CleanMyMac X's uninstaller feature allows users to thoroughly remove applications and their associated files, ensuring no leftovers clutter the system.

Updater: It scans installed applications for updates and allows users to update them directly from the software's interface.

Space Lens: This visual tool provides an interactive view of the user's storage, making it easier to identify space-hogging files and folders.

User Interface

It features a sleek and intuitive user interface that is well-organized and easy to navigate. The main dashboard displays an overview of the system's health, including available storage space, system performance, and potential issues. Each feature is accessible through clearly labeled sections, allowing users to perform specific tasks with ease. The design is modern, with a focus on simplicity and user-friendliness.

Installation and Setup

Installing the app is a straightforward process. Users can download the software from the MacPaw website or FileHorse and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. The app requires the user's administrator password to make system-level changes. Once installed, it provides a brief tutorial to guide users through its features and functionality.

How to Use

System Scan: Launch the app and click on the "Scan" button. The software will analyze the system for various types of junk files, malware, and optimization opportunities.

Review Scan Results: Once the scan is complete, the software presents a detailed report of identified issues. Users can review the list and select which items to clean or optimize.

Cleanup: Click the "Clean" button to remove the selected items. It will prompt for confirmation before proceeding.

Other Features: Explore additional features like Uninstaller, Malware Removal, Privacy Protection, and Optimization tools by navigating through the respective sections of the software.


Is CleanMyMac X safe to use?
CleanMyMac X is developed by MacPaw, a reputable software company. The software is designed to clean and optimize your Mac safely. However, as with any system-level software, it's recommended to back up your important data before performing major cleanups.

Will CleanMyMac X delete my important files?
The app is designed to target system junk, temporary files, and other unnecessary data. It won't delete your personal files or important data unless you specifically choose to remove them.

How often should I use CleanMyMac X?
Depending on your usage, running CleanMyMac X's cleanup features every few weeks or months is generally sufficient. You can use the software's optimization tools more frequently to maintain system performance.

Can I undo changes made by CleanMyMac X?
Yes, it offers an "Undo" feature that allows you to revert changes made during the cleanup process. This can be useful if you mistakenly delete something important.

Does CleanMyMac X replace built-in macOS maintenance tasks?
The app complements macOS maintenance tasks by providing additional optimization features. It doesn't entirely replace built-in tasks but enhances the overall maintenance process.


MacKeeper: Give your Macs a boost, backed up by worry-free multilayered protection!

DaisyDisk: Focuses on visualizing and cleaning large files, allowing users to identify space-hoggers easily.

CCleaner for Mac: Provides junk file cleanup and privacy protection.

Onyx: Offers advanced users a variety of system maintenance and optimization tools.


CleanMyMac X offers a subscription-based pricing model and "7 days TRIAL version", which includes updates and customer support. Pricing tiers vary based on the number of Macs you want to cover and the subscription duration. MacPaw often provides discounts for multiple licenses and extended subscriptions.

Plan for 1 Mac - $39.95 (One-Year Subscription)

Plan for 1 Mac - $89.95 (One-Time Purchase)

Plan for 2 Macs - $59.95 (One-Year Subscription)

Plan for 5 Macs - $89.95 (One-Year Subscription)
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System Requirements

CleanMyMac X is compatible with macOS 10.13 and higher. The app requires a minimum of 500 MB of free space and 4 GB of RAM for optimal performance.

  • User-friendly interface suitable for all skill levels.
  • Ease of use
  • Comprehensive suite of cleaning, optimization, and privacy tools.
  • Regular updates and improvements.
  • Exceptional customer service
  • Visual representation of storage usage through Space Lens.
  • Malware detection and removal feature for added security.
  • Some optimization tools might have minimal impact on newer Macs.
  • Notification management challenges
  • Some advanced users might prefer more control over specific tasks.

CleanMyMac X is a versatile and user-friendly utility that caters to a wide range of Mac optimization needs. Its powerful features, including system cleanup, malware removal, and optimization tools, make it a valuable tool for keeping your Mac running smoothly. The FileHorse review team highly recommends this outstanding macOS cleaning tool.

While the subscription-based pricing might not suit everyone, the convenience and effectiveness of CleanMyMac X's features can greatly contribute to prolonging your Mac's lifespan and maintaining its performance. Whether you're a casual user or a power user, it offers a comprehensive solution to help you make the most out of your Mac.

Note: 7 days trial version.

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What's new in this version:

CleanMyMac X 4.15.0
- Introduced configurable protection scan settings for additional flexibility and personalization
- Moonlock Engine updated to version 1.2.0 to make your security scans even more efficient

- Scan results layout to make your Protection module more convenient

- Minor interface layout issues

CleanMyMac X 4.14.6
- Fixed some minor issues and known crashes to improve your overall experience. Added a temporary holiday theme! Happy holidays!

CleanMyMac X 4.14.5
- Looking for threats in the background became more efficient

- Known crashes and minor issues in the Malware Removal module

CleanMyMac X 4.14.3
- Full support of the all-new macOS Sonoma

- Several crash cases and issues in CleanMyMac's Malware Removal module.

CleanMyMac X 4.14.2
- Change log not available for this version

CleanMyMac X 4.14.10
- CleanMyMac’s main security component was greatly updated and rebranded to Moonlock Engine
- Low battery alerts for your Bluetooth devices (not available in the App Store version)

- Application updates notification became more informative and lists your top outdated applications

CleanMyMac X 4.13.6
- Updater won't suggest application updates that are not supported by your macOS version
- Battery Drain Alerts will show time until full discharge
- Display Dimming and Low Power Mode can be enabled directly from CleanMyMac (only for macOS 12 and above)

- CleanMyMac could cause FaceTime window sharing issues
- Minor Trash Monitor and Space Lens module issues fixed for better performance
- Gem Cut Studio, Microsoft Outlook, and Microsoft AutoUpdate third-party applications get scanned properly with CleanMyMac

CleanMyMac X 4.13.4
- Change log not available for this version

CleanMyMac X 4.13.3
- Change log not available for this version

CleanMyMac X 4.13.2
- Fixed a number of minor issues and known crashes to ensure CleanMyMac's stable performance

CleanMyMac X 4.13.0
- Connected Devices CleanMyMac X Menu section supporting all kinds of mobile and Bluetooth peripherals (not available in the App Store version)
- External Drives CleanMyMac X Menu section allows you to manage your connected storage and clean it from junk right on the spot
- Removing outdated iPhone backups stored on your Mac as System Junk

- Removing related Launch Agents and Daemons when an application gets uninstalled

Additional Details:
- With this update CleanMyMac X no longer includes russian localization

CleanMyMac X 4.12.4
- Removing outdated Xcode simulator images will save lots of space for those who develop apps on Macs
- Battery drain alert functionality will let you know about sudden bursts of battery consumption so that you react quickly

- Mac wallpaper settings cache added to the list of ignored items because it was often removed by mistake

CleanMyMac X 4.12.2
- Updater used to offer some updates after they were already installed
- Minor usability issues resolved

CleanMyMac X 4.12.1
- Full macOS Ventura support
- Support for the latest version of the Mail database
- CleanMyMac X Menu recommendations on unsupported applications

- CleanMyMac X Menu provides clearer information on your network details and its security level

- Minor usability issues resolved

CleanMyMac X 4.11.4
- The Updater module will provide a better experience in notifying you about application updates

- Minor issues related to the recently updated Network Monitor
- Issues that potentially affected the performance of the Malware Monitor

CleanMyMac X 4.11.3
- Network speed measurement units adjusted to provide a clearer picture of your results. We’ve heard you on this one!
- In addition to speed, CleanMyMac’s network monitor now also provides a readout on the amount of traffic
- The Updater module is now capable of updating Chrome

CleanMyMac X 4.11.2
- Reworked and improved Network Monitor
- Ability to update Zoom from the Update module

CleanMyMac X 4.11.1
- The complete removal of accumulated Chrome privacy data after uninstalling Chrome
- Improved the removal of leftover data in the Uninstalled module

CleanMyMac X 4.11.0
- Updated Menu with new CPU, Memory, Storage, Battery, and Protection monitors to watch over the health of your Mac

- Minor bug fixes

CleanMyMac X 4.10.7
- A code signing issue in AirBuddy upon CleanMyMac X localization removal
- Occasional sudden CleanMyMac X deactivation

CleanMyMac X 4.10.6
- Enhanced malware detection system

- Minor issues and known bugs

CleanMyMac X 4.10.4
- A new category in the Uninstaller module — Suspicious — where CleanMyMac puts apps associated with or owned by Russian or Belarusian developers

- Updated Ukrainian theme and added the ability to switch it off in the Preferences

- A minor issue with the animation of the Assistant when switching to the full view

CleanMyMac X 4.10.1
- Fixed: Minor UI bugs and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.10.0
- Updated Assistant with timely Recommendations and extended statistics of your experience with CleanMyMac X
- Recommendations from Assistant displayed in the CleanMyMac X Menu (manage in Preferences)
- Uninstaller shows iPhone & iPad apps on M1 Mac

- Enhanced Network Monitor stability
- Time of the Malware Removal Scan

- Unexpected behavior of CleanMyMaс X when you clicked Review Details in Smart Scan
- Doubling of Steam apps in the Uninstaller
- App didn’t unfold from the Dock

CleanMyMac X 4.9.5
- A number of minor issues and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.9.4
- A number of minor issues and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.9.3
- Showing available macOS Monterey update in the Updater module

- Displaying the wrong number of unused apps in CleanMyMac X Assistant suggestions
- Breaking the Game Center account when using the System Junk module and Smart Scan
- Showing the incorrect size of some sandboxed apps in the Uninstaller module
- Camtasia app wasn’t removed completely by Uninstaller

Additional Details:
- CleanMyMac’s Widget was removed from the macOS Notification Center. We added Widget as an experiment with the macOS Big Sur update two years ago. But over time, we saw that CleanMyMac’s Menu had more value for our users.

CleanMyMac X 4.9.2
- Fixed: A number of minor issues and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.9.1
- A number of minor issues and known crashes.

CleanMyMac X 4.9.0
- Full macOS Monterey support

- A number of known fixes and crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.8.9
Convenience and navigation:
- We've found some issues restricting your free flow through your favorite modules. And fixed them!

- The logic of quitting hung applications during Smart Scan

- Switching modules became impossible after you have worked with Space Lens

CleanMyMac X 4.8.8
- A number of minor issues and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.8.7
- Uninstallation of games within Uninstaller

- A case when CleanMyMac X Menu had a vertical scroll bar on macOS Monterey
- Displaying the correct number of connected iOS devices in the CleanMyMac X Menu

CleanMyMac X 4.8.6
- Permissions given to certain applications now can be grouped by Permission Type in the Privacy module
- An option to choose a folder to scan within Space Lens and Large and Old Files

- Cleaning Xcode caches in the System Junk module

- Text overlapping in some localizations in the Privacy module
- Minor bugs in the Malware Removal module

CleanMyMac X 4.8.5
- We've fixed a number of issues to ensure your smooth experience with CleanMyMac X

CleanMyMac X 4.8.4
- Crash when removing some applications within Uninstaller

CleanMyMac X 4.8.3
- Extended CleanMyMac’s Scanning Preferences to specify the items you would like to include to your scans

- An option in CleanMyMac’s Preferences to run regular Smart Scans
- A badge on the CleanMyMac X Menu icon now disappears once you interact with the icon

- Text on the main CleanMyMac’s button was distorted on Macs with M1 processors

CleanMyMac X 4.8.2
- Supporting VoiceOver in activation dialogs for better accessibility

- Controlling Smart Scan reminder in CleanMyMac X Menu and Preferences to better suit your needs
- Malware scan got faster

- Some system items were identified as leftovers within Uninstaller

CleanMyMac X 4.8.1
- A number of minor issues and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.8.0
- Get rid of even more junk with a new feature in the System Junk module — Universal Binaries
- Scan of processes launched before Malware Monitor

- Detecting and killing malicious processes within Smart Scan and Malware Removal
- Malware scan got faster
- Improved ways of detecting malware

CleanMyMac X 4.7.4
- An option to disable DMGs scanning for Background scan and Malware Monitor

- Bitdefender app localizations were not removed during cleanup within Smart Scan or System Junk

- Faster malware scan
- Improved ways of detecting malware threats

CleanMyMac X 4.7.3
- New Malware Monitor design and database updates check in CleanMyMac's Menu

- Malware detection algorithms

- Flip4Mac app leftovers removal in the Uninstaller
- Icon sharpness in Smart Scan details
- CleanMyMac's Menu crash case when presenting a health alert

CleanMyMac X 4.7.2
- Now you can manage notifications about the potential amount of junk on your Mac in CleanMyMac’s Preferences

- Detection and removal of launched malicious processes
- Improved ways of detecting malware

- A case when the system was freezing during malware scan within Malware Removal or Smart Scan
- Cases when DMGs were not unmounted after Malware Removal scan
- An issue that caused an increased CPU usage during Malware monitor activity

CleanMyMac X 4.7.1
- A number of minor issues and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.7.0
macOS Big Sur support:
- CleanMyMac X is all set for the new macOS Big Sur. See for yourself!

CleanMyMac X Widget:
- Check the available space on your Mac and see the trends of changing it over time

Redesigned CleanMyMac’s icon:
- CleanMyMac’s icon got a fresh look to better suit the new Big Sur style. You may have already seen it in previous Beta versions.

CleanMyMac X 4.6.15
Rescan/Refresh option:
- Use this option to get actual information in CleanMyMac’s modules as fast as possible. Look for it in the Action menu or use a CMD-R keyboard shortcut

Controlling weekly reminder:
- You can set up and disable a weekly Smart Scan reminder in CleanMyMac’s Preferences

- Detecting and killing malicious root processes

CleanMyMac X 4.6.14
- Issues that occurred when deleting malicious configuration profiles

- Detection and removal of malicious processes launched from DMG files

CleanMyMac X 4.6.13
Excluding DMGs from your scans:
- Now you can exclude DMG files from your Smart Scan and Malware Removal scan. Look for this option in CleanMyMac’s Preferences

Malware detection improvements:
- CleanMyMac’s real-time malwar monitor now detects and removes malicious processes launched from DMG files

Fresh look of CleanMyMac X icon:
- We’ve changed the application icon to better suit the upcoming macOS style. Hope you’ll like it!

- One more case with Dropbox resync after cleaning its caches.
- A few memory leaks that could have caused your fans to run louder

- Clearer and more detailed descriptions of errors that may occur when performing Maintenance tasks

CleanMyMac X 4.6.12
- Showing the amount of accumulated junk in CleanMyMac X Menu
- Anniversary theme to celebrate CleanMyMac's birthday

CleanMyMac X 4.6.11
Dealing with adware in Safari:
- There are some adware threats that install their homepages in Safari. Now you can detect and remove them to keep your browsing experience safe and smooth.

Background malware scan:
- Now CleanMyMac scans your system for potential threats in the background

Malware alerts:
- Once malware is detected on your Mac, you’ll see an alert from CleanMyMac. Remove all the threats at once and stay safe!

- Scanning progress in the Malware Removal module
- Reindexing Spotlight temporary broke the search function in Mail and Outlook

- More UI elements are tweaked for Dark Mode

CleanMyMac X 4.6.10
- A number of crashes to improve application stability
- Ignore system applications option disappeared from CleanMyMac’s Ignore List Preferences

CleanMyMac X 4.6.9
- Removal of Group Containers within Uninstaller when deleting the last app using them
- New feedback form in the Help menu
- Scan All option in CleanMyMac’s Action menu
- An option to exclude Speed tasks in Smart Scan

- Displaying the correct Users folder size within Space Lens
- Low disk space alerts are not shown for DMG volumes now

- Uninstaller could detect the running app as leftovers
- Cache files cleanup broke Ableton Preferences
- Firefox cookies could not be found in the Privacy module
- Safari cookies reappeared after removal

CleanMyMac X 4.6.7
- Malware database was updated with more types of threats and detection rules
- An ability to submit malware samples to our research team for a detailed analysis

- Removing threats found by the real-time malware monitor got faster and easier
- Detecting malware in applications and running processes

- A frequent crash in the Updater module
- Removal of files following symlinks within Shredder

CleanMyMac X 4.6.5
- Safari Extensions in the Extensions module now display both standalone add-ons and extensions that are a part of an app
- Malware database updated with more types of threats

- Showing low disk space notifications for disk images
- Mail data was identified as leftovers of another app within Uninstaller
- A number of minor bugs and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.6.3
- Detection of new malware types
- Removal of suspicious system configuration profiles installed by malware
- ‘Move to Folder’ option in the Large and Old Files module

- Dark Mode of Full Disk Access guide
- Uninstallation of JetBrains applications

- Removed Wi-Fi networks within Privacy got restored
- Safari extensions weren’t scanned for malware
- A Network monitor in CleanMyMac X Menu didn't show an active VPN connection

CleanMyMac X 4.6.2
- New ways of detecting viruses and malware within Malware Removal
- Suggestions in CleanMyMac X Assistant are now based on a machine learning model
- Freeing up RAM right from the notification when your Mac’s running out of memory

- Detection and removal of Steam app resources
- A guide for granting Full Disk Access became simpler and more intuitive

- Full Disk Access window position in full-screen mode
- Crash on scanning items in the Privacy module
- Another case when CleanMyMac X Menu icon was invisible in the status bar

CleanMyMac X 4.6.1
- Updated malware database and detection rules

CleanMyMac X 4.6.0
- Removal of Chrome browser items within Privacy when Chrome sync is turned on
- Self-uninstallation of CleanMyMac X
- More precise detection of malicious executables that launch at system startup

- Search Queries cleanup in Chrome browser within Privacy

- A number of cases when CleanMyMac X Menu crashed
- Enhanced security for CleanMyMac’s privileged operations
- Removal of BlueStack application within System Junk
- Minor bugs and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.5.3
Malware detection improvements:
We’re working hard on enhancing our Malware Removal module and detecting more kinds of threats. With this update, we start:
- Detecting malwares that launch automatically when restarting your Mac
- Checking .pkg files for potential threats

- Adding items to Ignore List in the Malware Removal module
- Crash on scanning items within Privacy
- Drag and drop UI issue in the Uninstaller module
- A lot of issues to improve CleanMyMac X stability

- Uninstallation of Proxyman app got improved

CleanMyMac X 4.5.2
- New groups of Chrome items available for cleanup within Privacy
- Updated malware database and detection rules
- CleanMyMac’s Terms of Service got updated to clarify trial version limitations

- Uninstaller finds stuff up to 5 times faster now
- Clearer cleanup log details within Privacy in case of errors
- Uninstallation of the Anaconda app

- Cloud trash wasn’t displayed within Trash Bins
- Firefox items were not shown in the Privacy module
- Crash on opening Full Disk Access window
- Crash when navigating within Space Lens
- CleanMyMac X Menu icon was invisible in the status bar

CleanMyMac X 4.5.1
- Updated malware database
- Accessibility labels for table views for VoiceOver users
- CleanMyMac’s Terms of Service got updated to represent the trial limitations

- Self-uninstallation of CleanMyMac X got even better
- Using CleanMyMac’s Uninstaller is the easiest way to remove an application from your Mac, even if it’s CleanMyMac itself (smile) We hope you’ll use it only when moving the app to another computer
- Uninstaller finds stuff approximately twice as fast
- Steam app resources are now treated the same way as any other app

- An error on attempt to open the Full Disk Access tab in CleanMyMac’s Preferences
- Traffic light buttons position for Arabic and Hebrew localizations
- 32-bit Steam apps weren’t displayed correctly in Uninstaller
- Removal of locked files from Trash in CleanMyMac X Menu
- Crash when removing files that require additional permissions

CleanMyMac X 4.5.0
- Uninstallation of Quicken application
- CPU chart animation in CleanMyMac X Menu
- Enhanced security for CleanMyMac's Privileged Agent

- Detection of new types of threats within Malware Removal
- Photo and iTunes Junk modules became irrelevant and were removed for macOS Catalina

- Health alerts appeared when Do Not Disturb mode in the Notifications Center was on
- Crash on CleanMyMac launch for some users with Arabic calendar

CleanMyMac X 4.4.7
- Updated malware database
- Minor bugs and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.4.6
- Chrome Downloads cleanup: now you can remove unneeded Chrome downloads within System Junk for extra space on your Mac
- Deleted Mac Users cleanup: consider removing the data that remains on your Mac after deleting user accounts. Look for a new feature in the System Junk module

- A crash that could occur within Updater in case of unexpected Release Notes format of certain applications
- Safari cookies could not be found in the Privacy module

Additional Details:
- Quick Look preview was added within Space Lens
- Malware and Safety Database update process was amended

- Uninstallation of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Setapp applications got improved
- Interaction with external drives and Full Disk Access blocks for VoiceOver users

CleanMyMac X 4.4.5
- Malware database was updated with more types of threats

- TeamViewer uninstallation within Uninstaller caused troubles booting your Mac
- A number of minor issues here and there

CleanMyMac X 4.4.4
- Malware database was updated with more types of threats

- Navigation for VoiceOver users now ignores images
- Context menu items description within the Maintenance module
- Not all Sublime Text 3 files were removed after having the app uninstalled

- Space Lens scan results might have included the size of mounted Volumes
- A number of minor issues here and there

CleanMyMac X 4.4.3
- Downloads cleanup feature within System Junk
- Cache cleanup for Electron-based applications

- Clearer scan details for Smart Scan

- Incorrect sizes of Login Items within Uninstaller
- Crash on Purgeable Space popover click within Space Lens
- Minor bugs and known crashes

CleanMyMac X 4.4.2
- Malware database updated with more types of threats

- Updated CleanMyMac X Safety Database to support the latest version of Photos

- Another case of CleanMyMac X Menu becoming empty

CleanMyMac X 4.4.1
- Purgeable space cleanup
- Free up your Mac’s purgeable space in a click of a button. Look for this feature in the Maintenance module

- User Cache Files in System Junk now include App Store cache
- Scan results indication for Space Lens in the sidebar
- VoiceOver in Smart Scan for better accessibility

- Google Chrome was uninstalled along with non-related files in the Uninstaller module
- A number of minor issues here and there

CleanMyMac X 4.4.0

- Interface illustrations and icons for high contrast mode
- VoiceOver for better accessibility
- Outlook attachments scan
- Enhanced button design throughout the app

- Updater failed to offer PDF Expert app updates
- Older versions of Mailplane app were displayed in the Updater
- Firefox Autofill Values were not removed in the Privacy module
- Firefox bookmarks got wiped out when cleaning history via the Privacy module

CleanMyMac X 4.3.1
- Improved: updated malware database

CleanMyMac X
- Cleanup logs got a little more detailed by adding module names to their entries
- Uninstaller allows to add separate leftover files to Ignore List
- Better and faster scanning for application leftover files
- High contrast mode for better accessibility

- An option in Preferences to enable or disable Beta features for live versions
- An ability to share your cleanup results over social networks

- Uninstaller did not show Dock icons among application resources
- Apps with long names did not fit well in the Updater
- Several CleanMyMac X Menu issues related to privileges
- A number of minor issues here and there

CleanMyMac X
- Change log not available for this version

CleanMyMac X 4.2.1
- Detection of hijacked browser settings for Malware Removal

- Visual progress and log details for cleanup operations
- iOS device monitors can be disabled for CleanMyMac X Menu from Preferences
- Complete applications are marked as malicious if they include embedded malware

- Updater failed to detect updates if you had over 200 App Store applications installed
- Two more causes of CleanMyMac X Menu becoming empty
- Wrong speeding up Mail behavior without Full Disk Access

CleanMyMac X 4.2.0
- Mail Attachments: In addition to the native Mail application, this module now supports Spark and Outlook (2016) email clients
- Large & Old Files: Now completely ready to look for old stuff on your external devices. Keep them tidy too!
- CleanMyMac X Menu: Using some wireless magic, you will now see storage and battery state of your iOS devices
- System Junk: Becomes awesomely cool by having four more locations to find junk in

- Apart from apps, Updater will let you know about macOS updates
- CleanMyMac X is now notarized by Apple to support the highest security standards

CleanMyMac X 4.1.3
- Health issue notifications appeared in random parts of the screen
- CleanMyMac crashed when stumbling upon items with negative size values
- Another issue that caused CleanMyMac X Menu to become blank

CleanMyMac X 4.1.2
- Added a side progress indicator for the Updater module
- Added one of the system services to Health alert ignore list

- Menu app did not ask for required permissions if skipped for the first time
- Interface text colors were presented the wrong way for disabled components
- CleanMyMac’s updating system failed on automatic update checks
- Malware Removal scans got interrupted under certain circumstances

CleanMyMac X 4.1.0
- Now the Updater lets you update several apps or even all of them at once
- Selecting apps for resetting or uninstallation has become easier in the Uninstaller

- Manage your Steam games easily with CleanMyMac’s Uninstaller

- CleanMyMac X Menu being blank under certain conditions

CleanMyMac X 4.0.4
- This update fixes a problem with Health Notifications that could not be disabled or ignored on macOS Mojave.

CleanMyMac X 4.0.3
- Support of macOS 10.14 Mojave
- An ability to add items to Ignore List from Preferences
- Korean localization

- CPU temperature can be shown in Fahrenheit

- Inability to perform a self-reset for CleanMyMac X

CleanMyMac X 4.0.2
- AddedL
- Scan for unused DMG files within Applications
- Services menu for Updater and Uninstaller modules

- Validation of CleanMyMac 3 activation numbers
- Welcome video quality
- Significantly reduced CleanMyMac Menu’s CPU impact

- Prevented Dropbox from downloading files from the cloud during scanning
- Shredder did not remove parent folders
- Conflicting drag and drop cases during uninstallation
- A number of known crashes and error cases

CleanMyMac X 4.0.1
- Removes malware
- Speeds up Mac with new tools
- Updates your applications
- Finds system junk in even more places
- Gives you personalized cleanup tips via Assistant

CleanMyMac 3.9.9
- Fixed: Some bugs and crashes

CleanMyMac 3.9.7
- Number of substantial inside changes that improve CleanMyMac's performance and dependability

CleanMyMac 3.9.6
- Our Privacy Policy has been updated to fully comply with GDPR requirements

- Minor bugs and known crash cases

CleanMyMac 3.9.5
- Smart notifications to remind about incomplete or abandoned tasks in CleanMyMac

- Dashboard now shows stored data types for APFS volumes
- Maintenance and Privacy intro screens represent the number of tasks or items available
- Announcements in CleanMyMac have become more personalized
- Language files cleanup
- NetBeans app cache cleanup and uninstallation
- Hider 2 app language files cleanup

- System Junk module incorrectly detected Wireshark files as Broken Startup Items
- Broken Login Items scanner wrongly detected some of the items
- CleanMyMac Menu crashed on ‘Launch CleanMyMac 3’ button click in some cases

CleanMyMac 3.9.4
- Temporary Holiday Theme

- iDrive uninstallation

- Messages did not actually get deleted from the Messages app via the Privacy module
- System color profiles could not be changed after cleanup
- CleanMyMac failed to uninstall some of the Airmail app components

CleanMyMac 3.9.3
- Temporary Christmas theme

- Disk space representation changed from 'Free' to 'Available' to correspond with system approach
- Help and About sections

- Startup Disk verification disabled for APFS and High Sierra users, due to system compatibility issues
- All known crashes and exceptions

CleanMyMac 3.9.2
- CleanMyMac's cleanup recommendation logic got better for your max results

- Crash on launch if no disk space available

CleanMyMac 3.9.1
- Temporary Halloween theme

- CleanMyMac could not detect its 'Large Media to Delete' Photos album if system language got changed
- All known crashes and exceptions

CleanMyMac 3.9.0
- CleanMyMac 3 fully supports Apple File System (APFS) and shows the actual file size on disk
- Support of new Photos and iTunes
- Enhanced animation works smoothly

- All known crashes and exceptions related to High Sierra

CleanMyMac 3.8.6
- Compatibility with 1Password and LaunchBar applications

- SIP (System Integrity Protection) locations were not ignored by macOS Localizations cleanup
- Dropbox cache got cleaned even if in the Ignore List
- Free space did not get updated in CleanMyMac 3 Menu
- Cleaned size did not get recalculated on cleanup completion screens
- Application uninstallation or reset did not work when using Smart Selector
- Application size changed to zero within Uninstaller if selected via context menu
- A stopped state would appear momentarily before showing scan results in Smart Cleanup
- All known crashes and exceptions

CleanMyMac 3.8.5
- Introducing CleanMyMac announcements, indulging you with some unobtrusive news while scanning
- Raised minimum macOS support to 10.9

- CleanMyMac’s Dashboard and Menu are now showing ‘Free’ disk space instead of ‘Available’ to correspond with macOS
- Safety Database updated to version 2.1.32 improving compatibility with Timing, Xamarin, Plex Media Player, Paragon NTFS, Disk Drill, and 4K Media Downloader

- Multiple Ignore List bugs and inconsistencies

CleanMyMac 3.8.4
- For the benefit of all developers! You may now manage Xcode Archives through System Junk and save tons of space more

- Uninstaller will now better analyze helper tools and other embedded applications

- Rare cases of removing local copies of emails through Mail Trash for badly synced accounts

CleanMyMac 3.8.3
- All known crashes and exceptions fixed

CleanMyMac 3.8.2
- Apple File System (APFS) support. From now on, CleanMyMac will be showing actual file sizes on disk
- System locked files removal

- Never-ending 'Freeing up...' Memory state in CleanMyMac Menu
- Chrome Extensions for the latest Google Chrome versions not working
- Messages history in Privacy not working
- Updater localization issues
- First launch in background window

CleanMyMac 3.8.1
- Document versions submodule not working
- Trash emptying sound not working from CleanMyMac Menu
- Possible cases of multiple CleanMyMac Menu instances opening at once
- ‘Uninstall with CleanMyMac’ Services menu item not working if CleanMyMac isn’t open
- A few minor bugs, not worth mentioning in detail

CleanMyMac 3.8.0
- Added:
- Old updates removal for Java, Chrome and Viber within System Junk
- A possibility to refresh an already scanned module
- Complete Setapp service uninstallation
- Detailed log for Verify Disk maintenance procedure
- A license retrieval option to your Activation menu

- Activation error handling for a seamless product licensing experience

- All known crashes and exceptions

CleanMyMac 3.7.4
- Dropbox cache cleanup

- Tons of small improvements implemented

- Issue with Repair Disk Permissions submodule
- Some bugs and crashes

CleanMyMac 3.7.2
- This new version provides a number of under-the-hood stability and performance improvements

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