CleanMyMac 3 Application Preferences

CleanMyMac 3’s Preferences section will help you personalize how CleanMyMac 3 works on your Mac. Check out the following article to learn how to personalize your CleanMyMac app.  

To get to the CleanMyMac 3 Preferences, open CleanMyMac 3 and click on CleanMyMac 3 in the top left hand corner of your Mac’s screen in the Toolbar. In the pop-down menu select Preferences. 

 

General

The first tab displayed on the CleanMyMac 3 preferences menu screen is the General tab which will help you to control sounds, animations and warning dialogs in CleanMyMac 3. You can also control what languages you would like to remove from your applications. CleanMyMac 3 will automatically save the languages which you use but if you would like to keep more languages active in your apps you can do so in this section of the preferences menu here.

    

 

Smart Cleanup

The Smart Cleanup tab is the second in the list of preferences and it will allow you to select which modules of CleanMyMac 3 you would like to run when you initiate the Smart Cleanup module. If at any point in time you would like to have them included again in your Smart Cleanup just recheck their box in this menu here.

    

 

Scheduler

The Scheduler is the third tab on the list and it will allow you to choose how often you would like CleanMyMac 3 remind you about cleaning up your Mac. You can also set CleanMyMac 3 to start a full scan directly from the on screen reminder that you have set.

 

CleanMyMac 3 Menu

The CleanMyMac 3 Menu tab is the fourth tab in the list and it allows you to activate and deactivate the CleanMyMac 3 helper in the top right corner of your Mac. (We do not recommend this as your Mac’s health won't be displayed and you won't receive health alerts) 

From this tab you can also set CleanMyMac 3 to warn you when your system is running low on space or your trash bins are getting full.  From here you can also  have CleanMyMac 3 suggest help with uninstalling apps properly.

 

Updates

The fifth tab on the list, the Updates section, allows you to select if you would like CleanMyMac 3 to share your data usage anonymously to help us  improve CleanMyMac 3. From here you can also choose whether CleanMyMac 3 will record extended logs of cleaned items and set CleanMyMac 3 to automatically check for updates. 

It is recommended to leave Extended logging activated because it is used to keep track of all items removed from CleanMyMac 3. (Except securely erased files.) In the event of problem, this will help fix it.

 

Ignore List

The last tab under preferences, the Ignore List, will allow you to select applications or files which you would like CleanMyMac 3 to ignore. CleanMyMac 3 will not scan or clean any of the selected item in this menu.

 
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