Combo Cleaner Offers Antivirus and System Optimization Tools for Mac Users

Posted in Apple News, Apps, Mac on 29/12/2016 by Chris Hauk


While Macs aren’t hit by as many viruses as Windows PC, there is still plenty of malware and other threats lurking in the shadows. Combo Cleaner: Antivirus and System Optimizer 1.0.6 from RCS Software promises to scan your system for viruses and malware, while keeping it running smooth by cleaning its hard drive of junk and duplicate files, and more.

Combo Cleaner Offers Antivirus and System Optimization Tools for Mac Users

Combo Cleaner is available for free in the Mac App Store, and the basic version of the app offers the ability to clean your disk of junk files. It also offers a premium subscription option, which enables several additional features. Subscriptions are available via a convenient in-app purchase. Pricing is $2.99 Monthly, $14.99 Half-yearly, and $25.99 Yearly.

Combo Cleaner Premium Features Include:

  • Antivirus – Award winning virus, malware, and adware scan engines receive hourly malware definition updates
  • Duplicate File Finder – Combo Cleaner finds and eliminates duplicate files that waste valuable disk space
  • Big Files Finder – Checks your local and external disks, listing all files and folders larger than 100MB
  • Application Uninstaller – Combo Cleaner will find and remove files left behind when uninstalling apps
  • Privacy Scanner – Scans installed browsers, enabling users to easily remove browsing histories, cookies, etc.

Each procedure is easy to initiate, and the app keeps users completely informed every step of the way. The app also keeps users informed of the amount of their Mac’s free disk space & memory, as well as the system’s CPU load, all via easy to read gauges.

Combo Cleaner: Antivirus and System Optimizer 1.0.6 is free, and is available in the Mac App Store. As mentioned above, there are subscription options available to enable the antivirus and other features. [GET IT HERE]



Chris Hauk

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