This tool automates Apples Disk First Aid to check all disks at once with the exception of remote, read-only volumes or any that you choose to exclude.
This helps you avoid incremental disk damage if you place it in the Startup Items folder to run each time you use your machine.
By itself, Disk First Aid takes several steps to run. This tool automates the entire process. It stops and posts a dialog only if a disk error is found. Otherwise, it runs and then quits by itself automatically to give your Mac a clean bill of health.
The latest version has a new interface, the option to run only once a day, and it can pause before running.
- Mac OS 7.5 or later
- Disk First Aid 8.2 or later
- Akua Sweets and Dialog Director scripting additions
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