The Dashboard lets you see how your Mac is performing in real time to help you use your Mac better. Just check out the memory and processor sections to see what’s going on, and decide what you need — and scrap what you can.
And if you’d like a quick improvement to your Mac’s performance, just free up some RAM to help your Mac run more smoothly.
A healthy battery is dependant on its charge cycles. One charge cycle is a full depletion of your Mac’s battery. For example, if you have a fully charged Mac and use half of its battery one day, charge it, and use half of it again the next day, that counts as one cycle.
Different MacBooks have different cycle lifetimes, some 300, 500, or even 1000. Check your battery health with CleanMyMac 3 and stay up to date on your Mac battery.
If there’s ever a problem with your Mac, the Dashboard will help you diagnose it. It tells you when applications stop responding and alerts you to unusually heavy memory use, low SSD life, critical battery status, and high disk temperature. These alerts will pop up via the CleanMyMac Menu, but you can take a closer look at what’s up, and what to do about it, on the Dashboard.
With CleanMyMac 3, you’re always in the know when it comes to your Mac’s health.
Set your own schedule to keep your Mac as clean as can be. You know your Mac best, so set a schedule based on when your Mac needs cleaning — CleanMyMac 3 will remind you. Set it to: