|Initial release||30 January 2008|
4.6.2 / April 2020
|Operating system||macOS (Mac OS Yosemite or later)|
|Available in||13 languages|
|License||Proprietary commercial software|
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The first version of CleanMyMac was released in July 2008. MacPaw founder Oleksandr Kosovan wrote the code himself. 
CleanMyMac 2 was released in March 2013 and included an iPhoto library cleanup tool, large and old file finder, and other improvements. CleanMyMac 3 followed in April 2015 and introduced tools to remove iTunes junk, mail attachments, cookies and unwanted browser extensions.
CleanMyMac is a suite of 14 tools that optimize and protect a user’s hard drives. It has a “Smart Scan” feature that scans for obsolete and orphaned files, detects malware, and runs maintenance scripts. It cleans files from the system, mail attachments, and trash bins. The program also has an application uninstaller, update tool for apps, scanner for large and old files and manager for browser history and personal data.
- OS X 10.10+
- 145 MB of free disk space
CleanMyMac X received the iF Design Award 2020 in the category Software Application.
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