Atomic Bird has released a new version of Macaroni, bringing it to version 2.0. Macaroni is an automatic maintenance utility designed for regular system clean up. The latest release features new scheduling options and removes user-specified language-specific localized files. According to Atomic Bird:
Atomic Bird, LLC, today announced the immediate availability of Macaroni 2.0 for Mac OS X.
Macaroni automatically maintains Mac OS X systems. It performs both improved versions of standard Unix maintenance tasks and maintenance specific to Mac OS X. Mac OS X maintenance includes automatically running the Mac OS X "repair permissions" task, and removing user-specified language-specific localized files.
New in this release, Macaroni adds our number-one requested new feature, and now periodically removes user-specified language-specific localized files from applications to save disk space. This release also adds a new scheduling choice for custom maintenance jobs, enabling users to schedule their custom jobs to run whenever the Mac wakes from sleep. Also, a rewritten Macaroni core provides smoother, more efficient operation.
You can find more information about the latest Macaroni release at the Atomic Bird Web site. Macaroni is available for US$8.99.