System Optimizer does the prebinding that you get after you update some apps, and always when you update an Apple app or the system. It's not the same thing as doing the fsck. It does seem to make things snappier, though!<br><br>edit: redundant repetition of substantive nouns<br><br>And that's true too.--Shakespeare, King Lear<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by yoyo52 on 04/24/02 11:53 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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I'm a big chicken also. I have done the fsck thing a few times with no problem but when it came to prebinding I just didn't want to go there. System Optimizer X is just the ticket for me. <br><br>I hadn't realized how much my system slowed down until I downloaded this app. Everything is WAY snappier now! <br><br><br><br>
It is good to update your prebindings any time you install a new app. Most apps do it for you, but some don't. It does make a little difference, but if you DON'T do it, it kinda stands out after a while.<br><br>[color:red]semicolon dash parenthesis</font color=red>
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