I’m pleased to announce that Yasu version 2.6.7 has been released for public consumption. This update adds the following:
- Added browser cache, history and cookie removal routines for Google Chrome.
- Addressed a rare issue that caused the “Reset home permissions” option to fail on some systems.
- Rebranding the software back to the “jimmitchell.org” name.
As always, it’s a recommended update for all users. Click on over to the Yasu page and download now if you haven’t already.
Speaking of releases, do you realize it was nine years ago today that the first version of OS X was released to the general public? Man, how time flies…