Browsers do collect a lot of useless trash files that can clutter up your Mac, rob your Mac of needed storage, and leave an audit trail for those websites you visited that you wouldn’t want your spouse to know about. Here’s an inexpensive way to fix those problems.
Caring For Obama’s Browser
If President Obama had a Mac (and there’s not reason to think he does not; after all, he doesn’t want viruses, either) he would keep it cleaned with Browser Care.
Why Browser Care and not some other Mac app? Unlike Obamacare’s website, Browser Care works and doesn’t cost much.
To be fair, this isn’t my first choice to clean up browser clutter, but it costs less, it’s fast, and it’s easier to use than my favorite (*more on that below).
As you surf the web your browser collects digital cruft; history URLs, cache files, cookies, web page icons, and much more. Most of it is innocuous in nature, but cleaner is better.
Browser Care works on Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Opera and quickly removes browser cache files, history files, cookies, web page icons, and more.
Browser Care’s claim to fame is ease of use and quick dispatching of files which clutter and take up valuable space.
There’s not much to learn because the pop down menus give you all the options you need, including convenient presets.
Browser Care automatically detects the browsers on your Mac, and provides a handy alert from the Menubar when a browser needs to be cleaned.
Considering the nominal price tag, Browser Care is a decent value, but automated cleaning would make it a plus. And, adding removal of Flash cookies and website databases would be a plus.
But then it would end up being just like Cookie, which is my all time favorite browser cleaner app.