Jan 26 2007
Jim Mitchell has released version 2.0.5 of Yasu, his useful Mac OS X maintenance utility.
This Tiger specific release addresses the following issues, and is a recommended update for all users:
- Fixed authorization window UI issue that would allow it to be closed and cause Yasu to get stuck
- Fixed a bug in the “Reset home permissions” option that would pop up if the User Cache folder was already empty, or didn’t exist
- Changed the version checking option to default to off on new installations for those who still use dial-up
Designed to be a quick first line of defense for solving OSX related issues, Yasu was originally developed with System Administrators who service large groups of workstations in mind, enabling them to perform a specific group of maintenance tasks quickly within a few clicks, rather than endlessly typing shell script commands in the Terminal application.
Note:Yasu is part of our recommended routine maintenance.