If Then Software Updates DeepSix With Interface Mods

If Then Software has released an update for DeepSix, bringing it to version 1.1. DeeSix is a utility designed for removing problematic font related files for improved Adobe and Flash performance. The update features interface mods and new preferences. According to If Then Software:

DeepSix for Mac OS X has been updated by If Then Software to 1.1.

DeepSix is a simple utility that removes some of the font-related files that can cause some design-based applications to unexpectedly quit, especially Flash and Adobe products. First, the software removes the infamous "AdobeFnt" files that seem to replicate across the system.

Secondly, it removes the font cache files from the various libraries across the system. All of these files that are deleted are automatically rebuilt new when they are needed. Normally these can all be removed by hand, but that can be a tremendous time-waster to have to do various times a day in a busy environment. DeepSix will remove these files for you automatically each and every time.

New Features:

  • Preference added to remove Microsoft Office problematic files
  • Updated documentation to reflect which files are removed from the system
  • Added more system related font cache & plist files to be removed
  • Minor interface changes

You can find more information about the DeepSix update at the If Then Software Web site. DeepSix is available as donationware.

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