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Mac tune up software

Am new to MAC
installed this on brand new macbook 2.4 running leopard - i think 10.5

the box said Minimum requirements:

Mac OS X 10.4 & higher.
128 MB RAM
10MB for Program Installation

get the message System not compatible when I click the mac tuneup icon.

Can I uninstall this if there is no solution to getting this software to work?
and how?
Any help greatly appreciated?i,
I installed mac tuneup on macbook 2.4

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  • epaquin Aug 23, 2008

    get the message System not compatible when I click the mac tuneup icon.


  • dominic129 Aug 28, 2008

    same ****

  • Paul Burrows
    Paul Burrows May 11, 2010

    Hi there
    Welcome to the mac world.
    I have ask for clarification but I think I know the problem.

    Apple do a pretty good job in setting the performance of their machines. If you have enough ram and a nice big hard drive you don't really need these types of software. You'd be better of upgrading your system (ram or hard drive)

    Your new mac is more than likely running on an intel processor. The first thing is the software you are trying to install compatible with that.

    What processes on the mac do you want to improve? There more than likely is a better built in way to achieve this.


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Use ONYX instead. Better and complete solution:
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