Xslimmer reduces the disk space taken up by Mac OS X applications removing localizations you don't need, and preserving just the Intel or PowerPC version of the code in Universal Binaries.
Xslimmer determines which code your machine needs and removes the rest. This is achieved by removing the code inside the Universal Binaries that does not fit with your machine's architecture, a code that never gets executed and just wastes your disk space.
This is done in a safely way backing up your apps before slimming, downloading a "blacklist" of apps that check themselves, or allowing you to exclude any application, folder or path.
Xslimmer is compatible with Snow Leopard, Leopard, Tiger and Panther. Whatever your system, we got it covered.
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What's new in this version:
Xslimmer 1.7.5 fixes two rare crasher issues that were introduced in Xslimmer 1.7.4. First, Xslimmer became confused when trying to slim certain compiled Java classes, which looked like Universal Binaries containing several architectures when in fact they did not. In addition, Xslimmer would rarely (see details below) create HFS-compressed backups and applications that were not correctly flagged as compressed files, thus rendering them useless. This version fixes that problem retroactively, so t... See all new features »