Third Beta of CCleaner for Mac Is Out, Fixes Lion Compatibility Issues
Article by George Norman
On 10 Aug 2011
Ever since Apple rolled out Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, the eight major release of its operating system, software developers have been boasting about the fact that their products are compatible with it. Skype updated Skype for Mac to version 5.3 and added support for Lion, Trend Micro Smart Surfing is compatible with Lion, Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2011 for Mac is fully compatible with Mac and so is Sophos Anti-Virus for Mac, and Intego updated its entire range of products so they are compatible with Lion.

Among the latest to announce Lion compatibility is Piriform, the privately owned UK software developer dedicated to creating top quality applications for Windows and Mac. The developer announced that CCleaner for Mac Beta 3 has been rolled out to the masses and that this release fixes compatibility issues with Lion. The developer also said that this third Beta release adds Chrome and Firefox 6.0 support.

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Here’s the complete changelog for CCleaner for Mac Beta 3, as provided by Piriform:
- Added support for Mac OSX 10.7 (Lion).
- Added support for Google Chrome.
- Added support for Firefox 6.
- Cleaning of Recent Places added.
- Cleaning of /Downloads added.
- Cleaning of current user caches: /Library/caches.
- Cleaning of all user caches: /Library/Caches.
- Cleaning of font caches (off by default).
- Check / Uncheck all option added to headings.
- Private internet browsing data is now cleaned.
- Front Row moved to non system applications.
- Calculation of file size now uses 1k = 1000 bytes.
- More bug fixes and code improvements.

If you would like to get CCleaner for Mac Beta 3, you can get it straight from Piriform here.
Do not get the application unless you understand the risks of using Beta products. They can be buggy, they may not work properly, they may ruin your day. Beta releases are meant for advanced users only.



Tags: Lion, Apple, Mac OS X, CCleaner, Piriform
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