Disk Clean Pro

Developer: Systweak Software

Current Version: 1.10.0

Last Updated: 2 days ago

Download Size: 3.3 MB - Download


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*** Best Mac Disk Cleaner & Optimizer at Mac App Store ***
Disk clean pro is a collection of powerful features to improve the overall performance of your Mac machine. These collective features in one tool are exclusively to keep your Mac fast and smooth. You don’t need to clean your mac machine manually to free up disk space. Simply click on any of the valuable features and see the magic of Disk clean pro.
Features :
- On tap cleaning: Have four essential disk cleaning features to clear user cache files, trash files, log files, & partly downloaded files. It helps to recover a lot of invaluable space. Disk clean pro automatically detects such files & folders that occupy unnecessary space.
- Optimization: There is powerful optimization feature in Disk clean pro where you can keep your Mac away from duplicate data easily also optimize your Mac's memory. 
- Manual Cleaning: It has three useful features that helps you to protect internet privacy, clean miscellaneous items and over-sized files that occupy large disk space.
- Security: Help you to share out your private data safely & securely.

What’s Special?
- User friendly interface with all-in-one disk cleaning tools.
- Powerful cleaning features cleans up your Mac instantly.
- Safely release gigabytes of disk space.
- No manual efforts required to clean the Mac disk space.


Release Notes:

Improved scan and clean engine.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.9.0
Review by AlberSis

Just work perfect!!! - I like a lot this app, is simple and effective.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people
Version 1.4.0
Review by HealingOintment

For real? - Why does a legitimate Apple App Store app, display a large telephone number and request that you join a support plan? This absolutely doesn’t feel right and that I’m asking for trouble if I use the app. I’m deleting and trying something like ‘Maintenance’ instead. If this was meant to not cause any harm, then why is there paid support numbers all over that app? If the dev reads these, rethinking this approach would be a good thing to do.

Found helpful by 19 out of 21 people