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We’d like to take a moment to say a big thank you to this week’s sponsor, CheckUp.

CheckUp is an awesome utility designed to help you monitor the behavior and health of your Mac in real time. Like the dashboard of a car, CheckUp gives you a quick reference for important information about your Mac. It monitors and detects hardware issues, keeps an eye on your processor and network performance, gives you stats about your files and storage, shows you a history of recent crashes and a whole lot more.

The application itself is gorgeous and conveniently sits on the side of the screen in a dock until you need it. You’re never more than a click away from all of your important information.

Here are some more reasons to love CheckUp:

  • Optimized and build for recent Macs
  • New core completely rewritten for Snow Leopard and Lion
  • More than 100 new features planned for version 3.1 in September
  • Available in 5 languages
  • All updates always free for life

Go Try It Out!

CheckUp 3 is available for $29.99 on the Mac App Store. Alternatively, you can stop by the CheckUp website and try the free trial version.

Wouldn’t you love to have a dashboard for your Mac, similar to the one in your car that alerts you if anything seems likely to malfunction? CheckUp is exactly that. From your hard drive to your OS installation, CheckUp will keep watch for anything that’s wrong with your Mac, and tell you how to fix it.

Today we’ll go into detail with every aspect of this application, and assess whether it’s a worthwhile purchase to keep your Mac running in tip-top shape.

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