Archive for April 25th, 2015

by Tom Nelson

I’m a firm believer in performing routine maintenance to keep my Mac running at its best. By maintenance, I mean checking my drive for issues, and keeping my startup drive from filling up with junk, so there’s plenty of free space. I’ve even been known to defragment my drives from time to time, even though I’ve gone on record as saying that most Mac users don’t need to worry about startup drive fragmentation.


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I usually use Disk Utility to take care of routine upkeep, and Drive Genius for more advanced maintenance and repair needs, as well as for actively monitoring my drives for potential issues, and defragging them when I think it’s needed. That’s why I was very interested when Prosoft Engineering announced a major update, bumping the app to Drive Genius 4.

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