Forum Question: MacKeeper – Yes or No

Does anyone use MacKeeper? Is is safe and worth the purchase price? I did a free scan only to find that my MacBook was ‘critical’ in all 3 categories, yet all works fine now. Should I fix or not?
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Brian J.

Comments: 3 Responses to “MacKeeper – Yes or No”

    4/17/11 @ 3:55 pm

    I don’t use it, or anything like it. I haven’t reviewed it in a while, but I believe it just duplicates some things that Snow Leopard already does, plus adds useless functions like Anti-Virus (no viruses on Mac) and such.
    Don’t know what it told you was “critical” — can you list the problems it said you have?

    Imacer99
    4/17/11 @ 4:05 pm

    I had it before and did not like it because their was something always running in the backround. I could not find what was running in the backround, so never used after that.

    Richard
    3/6/12 @ 6:34 pm

    It told me I had 1320 critical issues so when it was finished the free clean up of 93 items leaving 1200 plus still there and I could not find anything that told me it was a Mac/Apple product, although they sure make it look like it is and I could not find out what the cost was going to be so I uninstalled everything I had downloaded to that point and ran fast!!

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