Piriform has updated the Mac version of its popular freeware cleaning tool to add full support for the latest revision of Mountain Lion plus an option for selecting files and folders to include or exclude from scans.
CCleaner for Mac 1.05 also resolves issues with older versions of OS X, and includes a number of other performance and stability improvements in addition to the usual round of minor bug fixes.
Version 1.05.189 launches with the promise of full compatibility with the latest revision of OS X, 10.8.2. It also adds a new feature that allows users – via the Options button – to manually specify folders, files and file types to either specifically include or exclude from the program’s scans.
The new update also comes with an improved Uninstaller Tool that is better equipped to handle subfolders inside the Applications folder. It’s also increased the stability of the Repair Permissions tool when a USB thumb drive has been inserted.
The program should also provide more updates through the GUI and improve memory management during longer cleanup operations. It also promises to resolve issues with stability on older versions of OS X, specifically 10.5 (Leopard) and 10.6.8 (Snow Leopard).
Other bug fixes include the resolution of incorrect file counts for the Safari internet cache, plus an issue with Chrome that could leave a single cookie undeleted. These two bug fixes are joined by a host of other minor – and unspecified – tweaks and fixes.