helpful apps.

Discussion in 'OS X and OS X Apps' started by czar, Nov 27, 2006.

  1. czar

    czar Guest

    Looking to free up a little RAM? With DashQuit 2.0, you’re able to tell the current amount of ram used by your widgets, as well as "quit" the dashboard.
     
  2. reytomanila

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    oh this i really need. thnx for the heads up.
     
  3. czar

    czar Guest

    no problems.. lots more to come!! ahehehe
     
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    thanks for sharing! my system is choking coz of those widgets haha
     
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    er, you can quit widgets that you don't use by clicking on the + sign on the bottom left of the dashboard then just click each widget's X button..
     
  6. czar

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    sure you can.. this is a dashboard quiter not widgets!! ahehehe every time u quit ur dashboard click the this widget stop button and save some RAM... :D
     
  7. czar

    czar Guest

    tired of uninstalling ur apps manually?

    Why do I need an uninstaller in Mac OS X?

    Programs in Mac OS X are creating lots of files and folders during their installation (like user preferences, temporary files, log-files, ...). If you are going to delete a program from within the Finder, all these data will remain on your hard drive, and wastes precious space!!


    so here's a freeware for u guys!!

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/system_disk_utilities/cleanapp.html

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/system_disk_utilities/appdelete.html

    enjoy deleting ;) :D :p
     
  8. czar

    czar Guest

    another helpful apps.

    Why do I need an uninstaller in Mac OS X?

    Programs in Mac OS X are creating lots of files and folders during their installation (like user preferences, temporary files, log-files, ...). If you are going to delete a program from within the Finder, all these data will remain on your hard drive, and wastes precious space!!


    so here's a freeware for u guys!!

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/system_disk_utilities/cleanapp.html

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/system_disk_utilities/appdelete.html

    enjoy deleting ;) :D :p
     
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    Re: another helpful apps.

    This is just a suggestion, instead of making a new thread, why not continue your helpful apps thread with the old one you started.
     
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    hey czar, stop starting new threads on the same topic! I know you're trying to be helpful, but please help us keep the boards tidy. I merged your first post about app deletion, since you used the same thread title "helpful apps", now you start a second thread on the same subject? No need! In fact, as I pointed out, you've been beaten to it by other members who have discussed those apps in the past.

    Please cooperate.

    Thanks.
     
  12. czar

    czar Guest

    awss.. okay tnx for moving it!!! aheheh more helpul apps to come!!! glad to help!! u enjoy!!
     
  13. czar

    czar Guest

    yet another helpful apps? :lol: its called ifreete

    Regroups a lot of freeware for Mac OS X. For each freeware, you can:

    - see description
    - see system compatibility
    - see the author name
    - see the version number
    - see the architecture (PPC / Intel)
    - see in what language(s) it is localized
    - see icon
    - see screenshot
    - download it
    - go to the developer’s website
    - see our rating
    - rate/comment it
    - see users’ ratings

    iFreete also included a download manager and an extra-search by keywords. You can help us by submitting a freeware easily via iFreete. iFreete uses a data base on a server. If there is an update, you will be automatically alterted.

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/home_learning/ifreete.html
     
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    Re: tired of uninstalling ur apps manually?

    this is great! Now I don;t have problems manually deleting stuff!
     

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