Internet Cleanup

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Notes: Listed below are sections on things to remember, known issues, possible conflicts, and workarounds. -If you installed Internet Cleanup 5.1 under Mac OS X 10.5.x or earlier, and then upgrade to Mac OS X 10.6.x, Internet Cleanup 5.1 MUST BE RE-INSTALLED in order for it to work properly. The reason for this is because different components are required for 10.6.x relative to 10.5.8 and lower OS versions. - There is a known problem with Internet Cleanup when running on Mac OS X 10.4.x (Tiger). After running a SpyAlert search, the "Move to StuffIt Archive" and "Duplicate to StuffIt Archive" actions will not function. The underlying cause is a due to a bug in Mac OS X 10.4.x. Apple has fixed the bug in Mac OS X 10.5.x (Leopard), and consequently SpyAlert/StuffIt work correctly under Mac OS X 10.5.x. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our users running Internet Cleanup on Mac OS X 10.4.x. We attempted to find a way to work around Apple's bug, but the nature of the bug is such that a work around is not possible. Furthermore, we did not wish to implement any workarounds that would compromise SpyAlert's spyware scanning and protection abilities. Thankfully, the problem is not insurmountable. Loss of StuffIt functionality only occurs if you run a SpyAlert search. If you need StuffIt functionality in other Internet Cleanup tools, run your SpyAlert searches separately from your other Internet Cleanup tasks. If you do encounter the loss of StuffIt functionality, you can still perform other actions such as Move to Folder and Delete. Quitting and relaunching Internet Cleanup will restore functionality. As well, since the problem is ultimately a bug in Mac OS X 10.4.x, upgrading to Mac OS X 10.5.x will make the problem go away. - When running Secure Delete Free Space on the current startup volume, the system may post a disk full error during the first delete pass. This is an Apple bug and in no way is the disk full. What the tool does is create a dummy file that is as large as the free space on the volume. It then securely deletes the file. Apple displays the disk full dialog on the boot disk when it is being erased.

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