Quick Cleaner is a smart app to help you regain wasted disk space on your Mac. This app works by scanning your home directory to find unnecessary files,
Such as old caches, logs, browser data, and IOS update files. Quick Cleaner is available for free, so give it a try and find out how easy to reclaim gigabytes of wasted space
from your hard disk.
- minor improvements and bug fixes.
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wasn’t expecting much from this program but it found 3 gig of stuff to delete. Mostly cache files and old iphone update files but worth it. Plus its free.
Please help! no support help!
Can someone from this app please email me I need help. I did click everywhere it says Quick Cleaner Support, even went to homepage there is nothing. Can someone from Quick Cleaner Support please list an email i can reach out to someone at? Other than that this is a good app, if you know what your wanting to erase exactly. Thank you!
Quick and effective but a big clunky
This works very rapidly, but is very, very simple compared to most apps that serve the same function. While it’s possible to exclude/include entire folders of maybe-junk, doing so is unintuitive. Instead of clicking a checkbox next to each one, you have to "View" it and then select/deselect all inside it (with one click, though, and you can customize to pick some specific items if you want). There aren’t any search or other functions, nor a means for adding custom white/blacklists. There are all kinds of caches and logs this thing does not find (especially if you are a MacPorts or Fink user); it just looks in the default places for these things in a vanilla installation of the OS.
That said, the default behaviors are reasonable: It will clear your cache, logs, old iPod updates (didn’t even know I had any!), but not delete your downloads or your browser cookies and history unless you specifically tell it to.
It apparently has no preferences file, as it does not save state; if you are a log keeper, you have to tell it to keep your logs each time, and if you’re a privacy maven, you have to tell it to delete your browser trail each time. This makes the app not too safe for certain kinds of power user, but probably fine for the average Sam, Pat and Alex. I’m one of said power users, so I’ll go back to more sophisticated tools for this sort of thing, but I’ll keep this around and check in a few months to see if it gets more features.
Also needs a summary display of what it is about to delete before you commit to the deletion.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.