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FULL-DISKfighter - General - Mac

If you’ve downloaded FULL-DISKfighter Mac from the SPAMfighter website, and you have not purchased a license, then the product is in Trial Mode, and will only clean 25 files. Please purchase a license to make FULL-DISKfighter Mac do a full clean of your Mac.

FULL-DISKfighter Mac can be purchased from our website, here:
https://payment.spamfighter.com/Payment_Choose_Product_New_FDMAC.asp

Should you want to uninstall FULL-DISKfighter Mac please follow this procedure

1. Go to you Applications folder.
2. Find FULL-DISKfighter.
3. Drag FULL-DISKfighter to the Trash.

 

Have you inserted the license key sent to the email address you used when making the purchase? To do so, Click on the FULL-DISKfighter Menu, select Registration, now insert you License Key into the dialog box that is titled “Please enter your product key”.

Make sure FULL-DISKfighter Mac is running. From the FULL-DISKfighter menu (upper left of screen, from the menu bar), select FULL-DISKfighter -> Registration. A dialog box will appear for you to put the license key into.

If you have purchased a license key for FUL-DISKfighter, we would have emailed you the key for the product to the email address you used in the purchase process. Please check that email account (it might take a short time to turn up), and also check your spam folder (as occasionally these emails can get filtered). If you still have not received your key after 24 hours, please contact our support folks on support@spamfighter.com

Go to your Applications folder, select the FULL-DISKfighter program icon and double-click it to start FULL-DISKfigher Mac. As it’s the first time you are using the product, the product will auto-scan your system. You can turn auto-scanning off if you wish for future use.

Please click on the FULL-DISKfighter menu, (or the preferences cog in the FULL-DISKfighter user interface), and de-select “Auto Scan on launch” check box. Any currently running scan can be cancelled by clicking the “X” in the scan notification area.

If you have already downloaded the FULL-DISKfighter Mac DMG file (if not, go here to get it:
http://www.spamfighter.com/FULL-DISKfighter/Functions/Download-Mac.asp),
then find the DMG file, double-click it, and it will mount on your system, now drag FULL-DISKfigher Mac from the DMG file to your Applications folder.
It is now installed on your system.

The scan time for FULL-DISKfighter is dependent on both how big your hard disk drive is, and how many files you have. If you have a lot of data and a large hard disk, this might take some time. Most scans will be completed in less than 20 minutes (and often much, much faster), but the savings you can make in hard disk space make the wait well worth the while.

Once all scans have completed, you can do one of two things. If you’re only interested in the results of one scan, click on that Scan icon (for instance, duplicate scan is the middle icon) and review results for that scan and clean as appropriate. OR you can get an overview of all scans by clicking the magnifying glass icon in the scan results area. This will take you to an overview of each scan, so you can decide which areas to direct your attention to for review and clean.

In the duplicate scan results window, where the “1” ribbon is showing, simply click above or below the ribbon to indicate which file should be the original for the purposes of deleting duplicates.

Click the help icon (marked with a question mark), and on screen help will appear to guide you. If you know what you want to do, for instance, do a duplicate scan, then click on the duplicate scan icon on the products main user interface. Now you can scan for duplicates from the Duplicate Scan page. OR, initiate all scans by clicking on the scan button.

Each scan finds different items, and only you can make the decision if you should delete them (or not) from your system, and as such, it is not safe to just blindly delete files.
In particular, the File Finder scan is designed to find files over a certain size (default is 50 MB) for you to investigate what is taking up space on your hard disk, and it is permissible that many (if not all) of those files you might want to keep, but we present them for you to investigate further.

This scan is designed to show which files are taking up space on your system. The default scan will show files over 50 MB in size. In the File Finder results view, you can use the slider at the top right of the results window to select a different size by which to sort – if you want to review smaller or larger files only. In many cases you may wish to keep the files listed, but this view allows you to investigate what is taking up space on your hard drive, and we’ve found that oftentimes you’ll be surprised what files take up the most space, and with this view you can now review them to see if you wish to keep such large files or not.

FULL-DISKfighter Mac uses threads to speed up scanning by doing the scans concurrently, sometimes it may take a while for all of the threads to report back that they have stopped, until this happens, the scans appear to still be working. They will stop after a short delay.

Yes, like our PC version of this product, the first 25 file cleans are free, after that you will need to purchase the product to clean any more.

After cleaning, click on the magnifying glass icon in the scan overview area (where it tells you how big your cleaning results can be), this will take you to the overview of results page. Or, if you wish to review only the results of a particular scan directly, click on the scan icon to go directly to results that can be selected for cleaning.

As with all scans, the decision to delete, or not, any files that FULL-DISKfighter Mac lists as Junk, Duplicate, and especially in File Finder, must be up to the user of the machine on which the scan is being run. In some instances duplicates might NEED to exist, and therefore none are pre-selected for deletion.

Once the file is deleted, it is no longer available on your Mac, however, if you are using Time Machine (or a third-party back-up software), then you are able to restore the file from these back-ups. If you have not got a back-up solution running, then we regret the file is no longer available.

There are three main scans that FULL-DISKfighter for Mac (Beta) undertakes: Junk Scan – that looks for un-needed systems files, potentially un-needed language files and potentially un-needed program components; Duplicate Scan – that scans for duplicate files on your computer; and Files Finder – which scans for files over a certain size, defined by you. Once scans have completed, you can click on the icon for each scan to be presented with the results of the scan, which then allows you to select which files that you wish to delete.

No. We present files that can be deleted, and in the Junk Scan, can safely be deleted. In other scans, we present duplicates and large files taking up space on your system, but only you can know which files you wish to keep (in duplicates we pre-select the oldest file as the file to keep, but this may not be what you need) and you should therefore choose which files to delete or keep.

FULL-DISKfighter - MAC

If you’ve downloaded FULL-DISKfighter Mac from the SPAMfighter website, and you have not purchased a license, then the product is in Trial Mode, and will only clean 25 files. Please purchase a license to make FULL-DISKfighter Mac do a full clean of your Mac.

FULL-DISKfighter Mac can be purchased from our website, here:
https://payment.spamfighter.com/Payment_Choose_Product_New_FDMAC.asp

Should you want to uninstall FULL-DISKfighter Mac please follow this procedure

1. Go to you Applications folder.
2. Find FULL-DISKfighter.
3. Drag FULL-DISKfighter to the Trash.

 

Have you inserted the license key sent to the email address you used when making the purchase? To do so, Click on the FULL-DISKfighter Menu, select Registration, now insert you License Key into the dialog box that is titled “Please enter your product key”.

Make sure FULL-DISKfighter Mac is running. From the FULL-DISKfighter menu (upper left of screen, from the menu bar), select FULL-DISKfighter -> Registration. A dialog box will appear for you to put the license key into.

If you have purchased a license key for FUL-DISKfighter, we would have emailed you the key for the product to the email address you used in the purchase process. Please check that email account (it might take a short time to turn up), and also check your spam folder (as occasionally these emails can get filtered). If you still have not received your key after 24 hours, please contact our support folks on support@spamfighter.com

Go to your Applications folder, select the FULL-DISKfighter program icon and double-click it to start FULL-DISKfigher Mac. As it’s the first time you are using the product, the product will auto-scan your system. You can turn auto-scanning off if you wish for future use.

Please click on the FULL-DISKfighter menu, (or the preferences cog in the FULL-DISKfighter user interface), and de-select “Auto Scan on launch” check box. Any currently running scan can be cancelled by clicking the “X” in the scan notification area.

If you have already downloaded the FULL-DISKfighter Mac DMG file (if not, go here to get it:
http://www.spamfighter.com/FULL-DISKfighter/Functions/Download-Mac.asp),
then find the DMG file, double-click it, and it will mount on your system, now drag FULL-DISKfigher Mac from the DMG file to your Applications folder.
It is now installed on your system.

The scan time for FULL-DISKfighter is dependent on both how big your hard disk drive is, and how many files you have. If you have a lot of data and a large hard disk, this might take some time. Most scans will be completed in less than 20 minutes (and often much, much faster), but the savings you can make in hard disk space make the wait well worth the while.

Once all scans have completed, you can do one of two things. If you’re only interested in the results of one scan, click on that Scan icon (for instance, duplicate scan is the middle icon) and review results for that scan and clean as appropriate. OR you can get an overview of all scans by clicking the magnifying glass icon in the scan results area. This will take you to an overview of each scan, so you can decide which areas to direct your attention to for review and clean.

In the duplicate scan results window, where the “1” ribbon is showing, simply click above or below the ribbon to indicate which file should be the original for the purposes of deleting duplicates.

Click the help icon (marked with a question mark), and on screen help will appear to guide you. If you know what you want to do, for instance, do a duplicate scan, then click on the duplicate scan icon on the products main user interface. Now you can scan for duplicates from the Duplicate Scan page. OR, initiate all scans by clicking on the scan button.

Each scan finds different items, and only you can make the decision if you should delete them (or not) from your system, and as such, it is not safe to just blindly delete files.
In particular, the File Finder scan is designed to find files over a certain size (default is 50 MB) for you to investigate what is taking up space on your hard disk, and it is permissible that many (if not all) of those files you might want to keep, but we present them for you to investigate further.

This scan is designed to show which files are taking up space on your system. The default scan will show files over 50 MB in size. In the File Finder results view, you can use the slider at the top right of the results window to select a different size by which to sort – if you want to review smaller or larger files only. In many cases you may wish to keep the files listed, but this view allows you to investigate what is taking up space on your hard drive, and we’ve found that oftentimes you’ll be surprised what files take up the most space, and with this view you can now review them to see if you wish to keep such large files or not.

FULL-DISKfighter Mac uses threads to speed up scanning by doing the scans concurrently, sometimes it may take a while for all of the threads to report back that they have stopped, until this happens, the scans appear to still be working. They will stop after a short delay.

Yes, like our PC version of this product, the first 25 file cleans are free, after that you will need to purchase the product to clean any more.

After cleaning, click on the magnifying glass icon in the scan overview area (where it tells you how big your cleaning results can be), this will take you to the overview of results page. Or, if you wish to review only the results of a particular scan directly, click on the scan icon to go directly to results that can be selected for cleaning.

As with all scans, the decision to delete, or not, any files that FULL-DISKfighter Mac lists as Junk, Duplicate, and especially in File Finder, must be up to the user of the machine on which the scan is being run. In some instances duplicates might NEED to exist, and therefore none are pre-selected for deletion.

Once the file is deleted, it is no longer available on your Mac, however, if you are using Time Machine (or a third-party back-up software), then you are able to restore the file from these back-ups. If you have not got a back-up solution running, then we regret the file is no longer available.

There are three main scans that FULL-DISKfighter for Mac (Beta) undertakes: Junk Scan – that looks for un-needed systems files, potentially un-needed language files and potentially un-needed program components; Duplicate Scan – that scans for duplicate files on your computer; and Files Finder – which scans for files over a certain size, defined by you. Once scans have completed, you can click on the icon for each scan to be presented with the results of the scan, which then allows you to select which files that you wish to delete.

No. We present files that can be deleted, and in the Junk Scan, can safely be deleted. In other scans, we present duplicates and large files taking up space on your system, but only you can know which files you wish to keep (in duplicates we pre-select the oldest file as the file to keep, but this may not be what you need) and you should therefore choose which files to delete or keep.

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