Dec 30 2004
Jim Mitchell Designs has released an updated version of its useful Mac OSX maintenance utility “Yasu”.
Designed to be a quick first line of defense for solving OSX related issues, Yasu has been 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 app.
The latest version of Yasu optimizes internal performance and security as well as refining the user interface. It is recommended that current users update to the latest version which is available for download.
According to Jim Mitchell, author of the software, “Very simply, Yasu does quickly in one place and time what can manually be done in the Terminal to perform first line basic maintenance on any Macintosh system running OSX 10.2 or later. I wanted an overly simple piece of software that enabled me to not have to remember the arcane terminal commands to keep my system optimized. Since there were no free solutions that filled that specific bill, I decided to write Yasu.”