- built-in maintenance features of OS X, usually not visible on the graphical user interface,
- extended file operations, not available in the OS X Finder,
- the possibility to access advanced system settings which are not visible in System Preferences,
- genuine and unique features of TinkerTool System, designed to resolve typical real-world problems of administrators and to fix the effects of certain defects ("bugs") in the operating system,
- an emergency tool to troubleshoot and repair OS X in cases where the graphical user interface is no longer starting correctly or the user account of the system administrator has been damaged,
- features to protect your privacy, e.g. by reviewing and editing the list of Internet cookies stored for your user account,
- functions to collect advanced information about the hardware, operating system, and applications.
Together with its sister program TinkerTool which is available at no charge, TinkerTool System is a perfect substitute for the following types of system utilities:
- Finder enhancers,
- Cache and font cache cleaners,
- Tools to access hidden preference settings,
- Applications to make objects invisible in the Finder,
- Internet browser privacy protection tools,
- Cookie managers for Safari,
- Tools to remove international language support files,
- Log file browsers,
- Application uninstallers,
- Single User Mode troubleshooting tools,
- Spell-checker dictionary editors,
and many others.
Features in Detail
- Repeat the system optimization procedure of the Apple Installer if necessary.
- Clear the Directory Services cache and the cache of the name service (DNS) client.
- Enable or disable the system's maintenance job for the locate database.
- Let the system update the locate database immediately.
- Troubleshoot application-related caches by the unique cache deactivation feature, avoiding the bad side effects of cache cleaning if possible.
- Clear and rebuild the font caches of a single user account or the whole operating system.
- Clear and rebuild the startup driver cache of OS X.
- Rebuild the system cache for Cross-Program Communication (XPC helper cache).
- Evaluate memory statistics to assess if the installed RAM size is appropriate for the computer's workload.
- Check if the current version of the OS X Finder is affected by certain defects which could lead to problems when copying files.
- Inspect technical details of optical disk media, like manufacturer, recording type, session information, etc.
- Let Time Machine compare the backup sets for a volume at two different points in time, allowing you to monitor what files have changed and how Time Machine is operating.
- Check if Time Machine is operating correctly by comparing the current data on your computer with a backup set.
- Install an emergency utility which can help you even if OS X is suffering from major damage (see below).
- Verify when OS X has run its internal maintenance scripts and start scripts manually if necessary.
- Remove code support for unneeded processor architectures from Universal applications or other software components ("thinning").
- Get information about the production date of your Mac.
- Get detail information about the exact Intel processor type in your Mac.
- Get information about components, expansion slots, jumpers and other details from the system management database built into your Mac.
- Create system inventory files or print-outs.
- Display the current status of the operating system's anti-malware protection system.
- Show the current blacklist of OS X used to automatically deactivate App Nap and HiDPI functions ("Retina display mode") in certain applications.
- Show the current blacklist of OS X used to automatically prevent the launch of certain applications or the used of specific kernel extensions.
- Get access to more than 100 types of log files and reports kept by OS X and its subcomponents.
- Create symbolic links and hard links as an alternative to classic Mac OS aliases or bookmarks in the file system.
- Protect or unprotect files or a whole hierarchy of folders.
- Make files invisible or change their type and creator codes.
- Analyze and remove quarantine data of files or bundles.
- Let OS X analyze the true contents of files, independent of type codes or file name extensions.
- Retrieve all Spotlight metadata the system has stored for a file.
- Enforce deletion of protected files or a hierarchy of folders.
- Perform an enforced "empty Trash" operation, selectable by disk.
- Remove Extended Attributes, including resource forks, from files.
- Remove Finder view settings from folders (.DS_Store files).
- Remove AppleDouble files (emulated forks or Extended Attributes on foreign file systems).
- Remove log file archives.
- Remove crash report files.
- Remove orphaned files and folders from users who no longer have an account.
- Remove broken aliases from a hierarchy of folders.
- Clean Mac resources from external drives before the disks are given to users of foreign operating systems.
- Remove Post Mortem Core Dump files.
- Remove language support packages safely from the operating system or from third-party software.
- Let TinkerTool System assist you in removing applications which have been installed by drag-and-drop operation. All user accounts can be cleaned from nearly all application-related files.
- Deinstall widgets, screen savers, preference panes, QuickTime plug-ins or Internet plug-ins.
- Show the security details of any native application, including "App class" status, Gatekeeper assessment, digital sealing, and individual definitions for the Application Sandbox. (*)
- Detect and remove the most familiar types of ad-injection applications (adware)
- Display and change the true permission setting of file system objects, getting full control over Access Control Lists (ACLs).
- Sort entries of Access Control Lists canonically.
- Remove inherited Access Control Entries.
- Make inherited Access Control Entries explicit.
- Propagate subsets of folder permissions onto a whole hierarchy of enclosed objects, including the feature to remove all ACLs
- Let TinkerTool System compute the effective permissions for a user accessing an object.
- Get access to special permission settings of OS X.
- Set the energy saver options for hard drives, specifying the exact sleep timeout.
- Control whether OS X should mount secondary volumes before login.
- Block disk volumes from automatic mounting and program execution.
- Show the size of Spotlight index databases on all supported volumes.
- Control operations of the Spotlight metadata stores per volume.
- Block selected disk volumes from all Spotlight operations.
- Define the default user for the password panel of the Finder when connecting to file servers.
- Unlock outdated authentication methods to connect to old AFP servers
- Enable the Access Control List permission features of the SMB file server.
- Unlock System Preferences to offer screen resolutions for HiDPI mode on standard screens, permitting to simulate Retina operation on non-Retina displays.
- Activate OS X's advanced preference pane for the Archive Utility.
- Remove custom preference panes from user accounts or the whole operating system.
- Specify server and port number of the OS X Software Update Server.
- Control the privacy guideline of the screen sharing feature of OS X.
- Disable automatic login even if FileVault 2 is enabled.
- Control the local snapshots feature of Time Machine.
- Control the job history policy of the OS X printing subsystem.
- Enable or disable the web interface of the printing subsystem.
- Switch off the Sudden Motion Sensor of portable Apple computers.
- Control the energy saver wake-up settings for mobile computers with a display lid.
- Manage the Safe Sleep and standby features of mobile systems and remove the sleep file if desired.
- Specify the different startup modes of OS X (verbose and safe startup).
- Disable the Dark Wake feature.
- Let the power control for display screens behave similar to the policy formerly used in old (Mac OSX) versions.
- Permit the use of unsigned kernel extensions.
- Control whether processor cores should remain powered up even if they are idle.
- Reconfigure kernel panic logging in case automatic recording of logs does not work for a serious panic problem.
- Let the system use only one processor core or a limited amount of RAM for diagnostic purposes.
- Control the NMI feature of the power switch.
- Disable the memory compression feature.
- Change the language setting for system startup and the login screen.
- Set the display style of the login screen.
- Disable one or more power control buttons of the login screen.
- Enable additional features and a text message in the login screen.
- Control the screen saver of the login screen.
- Enable Apple's basic screen saver for the login screen and set the message it should display.
- Hide selected local acconts in the list of users on the login screen.
- Launch multi-lingual applications in a language different from your usually preferred one.
- Verify the integrity of preference files effective for a user account. (This includes actual checks on the preferences structure, not only simple syntactical checks of "plist" files.
- Find preference files of network accounts, removing files which refer to decommissioned computers.
- Let TinkerTool System verify the integrity of your login items.
- Let OS X rebuild the Launch Services Database for a selected user account.
- Edit the personal dictionaries of a user account created after learning unknown words via the OS X spell-checker.
- Repair the System Preferences application when it behaves erratically.
- Repair the OS X Help Viewer when it no longer works correctly.
- Repair the translation of folder names in a user's home folder.
- Get advanced information about a user account, viewing details not visible in System Preferences.
- Remove entries for recent items and recent servers from the Apple menu, the Finder and all applications, protecting your privacy.
- Clean your user account from privacy-related data collected by Safari 8
- Clean the Spotlight data for finding words on web pages visited with Safari.
- Clean all SQL databases or selected HTML 5 local storage databases created by Safari.
- Clean your user account from a selectable set of Flash® cookies (Local Shared Objects created by the Adobe® Flash® Player Internet Plug-In).
- Clean your user account from site-specific Flash settings.
- Access your personal Flash security settings.
- Review and delete individual cookies in the shared cookie store of your user account (used by Safari and other OS X components).
- Reset the privacy settings for selected domains that control which applications should have permission to access personal user data to factory defaults.
- Integrate the control panes of TinkerTool directly into TinkerTool System, getting access to the full feature set in a single control window.
Features of the Included Standalone Utility
- Verifying and repairing the startup disk before startup.
- Verifying and repairing the system's folder for the storage of temporary objects.
- Verifying and resetting permission settings of operating system files, independent of the graphical user interface.
- Performing an automatic quick check and repair procedure to ensure a sufficiently good state of the base operating system.
- Deactivating corrupt preference files for a user account.
- Deleting user-related Input Managers.
- Deactivating and reactivating cache contents of a user account.
- Deactivating and reactivating all preference settings of a user account.
- Deactivating corrupt system preference files.
- Deleting system-wide Input Managers.
- Deactivating and reactivating the contents of system-wide caches.
- Resetting network-managed preferences (MCX).
- Resetting the login screen
- Removing third-party startup objects.
- Cleaning the swap space.
- Disabling automatic login.
- Showing hardware information, including processor details and the S.M.A.R.T. status of hard drives.
- Uninstalling the emergency tool, independent of the graphical user interface.
* Added preference setting to enable automatic notification for software updates of the application.
* Added item on the Info pane to display the color of the enclosure for Macintosh systems available in different colors.
* Added table to show the full blacklist of kernel extensions currently blocked by Apple.
* The feature to remove ad-injection software of the Genieo type was updated to detect the latest versions.
* The behavior of the security component was optimized for cases where the operating system was temporarily overloaded exceeding the maximum number of open files.
* Fixed a problem with specific versions of OS X where display of the modification time of the Xprotect anti-malware database stopped updating.
* Fixed a problem with the user interface of the Special Permissions tab item of the ACL pane where the Apply button could have the same function as the Revert button. Requirements:
OS X Yosemite 10.10 or laterLanguage:
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