CleanMyMac Free 1 Year License Key

Unnecessary data leftover by the operating system and third party application eventually slow down your Mac. CleanMyMac is a tool that is designed to remove such unneeded files. These include, expired cache files, temporary internet files, universal binaries, system junk files and leftovers of uninstalled applications. Removing these files eventually boosts up your system and brings back the performance of a newly installed Mac.



Key Features:

  • Caches: Delete outdated caches to make your apps run smoothly and stably
  • Universal Binaries: Delete unnecessary files designed to work on other types of Macs
  • Uninstall Apps: Completely remove applications and its leftovers from your Mac
  • App Leftovers: Eliminate needless data that was left after previously trashed apps
  • System Junk: Clean out useless files that only burden your system and waste disk space
  • Clean Up Trashes: Empty all Trash folders on your internal and external storages
  • Erase Quickly: Erase unneeded files from your Mac so that nobody could restore them

System Requirements – Mac OS X 10.4 or later, 512 MB of RAM or more, 30 MB of available hard disk space.

For a limited time, you can grab a 1-year full version license key of CleanMyMac completely free. The promotion is only valid for German users. If you are not from Germany, you have to use a German proxy to apply for this promo. Follow these steps to grab your free license:

  • Enter the following Promotion URL into a German Proxy like 3proxy.de:
    http://macpaw.com/computerbild
  • Enter your email address and click on the “Senden” button.
  • You will receive an email from support@macpaw.com with your free license key.
  • Download CleanMyMac: CleanMyMac.dmg [9.52 MB]
  • Install and start the application.
  • Click on the “Activate” button present on the top right corner of the interface and paste the free license key to unlock the full version.

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One Response to CleanMyMac Free 1 Year License Key

  1. Gary K January 18, 2013 at 12:19 pm #

    You might note that CleanMyMac has now added an additional step required that now invalidates this article.