has released Jaguar Cache Cleaner 1.0, a freeware utility designed to flush the caches maintained by Mac OS X 10.2, “Jaguar.”
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The developer explained that the utility was developed to help resolve random application crashes that can occur 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. Jaguar Cache Cleaner (JCC) may help solve these issues by deleting the OS X caches and restarting,” said Northern Software founder John Lowrey.
Jaguar Cache Cleaner deletes cache folders maintained in the following directories:
Following the cache deletion, a BSD “reboot” command is issued, thus restarting the system.
As the name implies, Jaguar Cache Cleaner requires Mac OS X 10.2. It’s distributed as freeware.