Northern Softworks has released an update for Jaguar Cache Cleaner, bringing it to version 1.8.5. Jaguar Cache Cleaner is a system utility designed for cleaning out corrupted cache data. The update features maintenance enhancements including daemon system restarting and bug fixes. According to Northern Softworks:
Northern Softworks today announced the release of version 1.8.5 of Jaguar Cache Cleaner, its popular OS X maintenance and utility application.
What is Jaguar Cache Cleaner?
There are times when Jaguar can become plagued with random application crashes (particularly after updating software). There are times when the Internet Preferences seem to get stuck. This usually results in an ability to change the default web browser. Often these problems are a result of corrupted or stale cache data.
Whatis New in Jaguar Cache Cleaner 1.8.5?
Version 1.8.5 of JCC is a maintenance release that adds some new features and improvements.
This release adds the ability to restart system daemons. It adds the ability to clean archived system logs. It adds the ability to customize select hidden OS X settings.
The JCC engine now has the ability to automatically prioritize the frontmost application. This is done on the fly as the users switches among open applications.
This release also includes some minor bug fixes and improvements.
You can find more information about the Jaguar Cache Cleaner update at the Northern Softworks Web site. Jaguar Cache Cleaner is available for US$7.95.