Thursday, February 26, 2009

Cleaning your Mac, Part II

Recently I wrote about Cleaning your Mac. I suggested using a tool called SmartSleep to allow you to selectively "Hibernate" your Mac, so that you can clean the keyboard without having to shut-down and reboot.

I've found a better tool, which you can find here. It comes as a bundle of tools, and running the one called "Suspend Now" will hibernate your Mac instantly. No messing around with your SmartSleep settings required.

Now clean your Mac. It deserves it.

1 comment:

Megs said...

My mac sure does need a cleaning. Thanks for the tips.