Utilities Updates: Tiger Cache Cleaner 3.2.5; Parallels Desktop 2.5 Build 3150.0; MiniBatteryLogger 1.6; Airfoil 2.0.6; more

Utilities Updates: Tiger Cache Cleaner 3.2.5; Parallels Desktop 2.5 Build 3150.0; MiniBatteryLogger 1.6; Airfoil 2.0.6; more

Tiger Cache Cleaner 3.2.5: system maintenance, optimization, antivirus. This release introduces Tiger Cache Cleaner Portable. Registered users of TCC can install a fully functional version on a flash drive or iPod. TCC Portable runs full featured on any Mac and is a great tool for testing hard drives, screen pixels, batteries, ram, and more before buying a machine. The release also adds support for the forthcoming Mac OS X 10.4.9.

Parallels Desktop 2.5 Build 3150.0: run Windows simultaneously with OS X.

MiniBatteryLogger 1.6: graph battery charge, cycles, capacity over time. The new release adds a diagnostics sheet along with health and battery model statistics.

Airfoil 2.0.6: send any audio to AirPort Express. The new release has updated networking code with full support for IPv6.

SyncTogether 1.0: sync data between 2 or more Macs (was MySync). This release supports multiple users and syncs Address Book contacts, iCal tasks and events.

SiteTagger 3.2: tag-based bookmark management app. In this release, bookmark editing is done in document windows.

ScreenRecycler 0.76: use any machine as additional monitor. The new release adds Bonjour service announcement.

Sharity 3.3b4: SMB/CIFS file system for Unix, mounts files from Windows. The new release fixes a possible crash when a share is unmounted. This bug was new in beta 3.

Virex 7 DAT 070131: definition (DAT) and engine update for v7.x.

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