How do I activate CleanMyMac on another device?

How do I activate CleanMyMac on another device?

If you have a MacPaw account, moving to another device is easy: you just open CleanMyMac on your new computer, unlock it with the MacPaw account credentials, choose an activation you’d like to disable and finish the transition. Note: MacPaw Account is a new way of activating and managing apps from the MacPaw Store.

Can I use CleanMyMac for free?

CleanMyMac X is a paid application that requires either a license or subscription to unlock all its features. However, you can try CleanMyMac X for free before making a purchase at our store. The application has a trial mode with a range of limitations, but its free features are still helpful.

How do I restore my CleanMyMac license?

You can do it in two ways….That’s what you need to do to reset your license:

  1. Visit the License Management page.
  2. Enter your activation number, activation ID, or email (used to purchase the license) and click Search.
  3. Choose a license you want to retrieve and click Send Link next to it.
  4. Check your email.

Can you use CleanMyMac on 2 computers?

If you’re not an owner of CleanMyMac multi-user license, you can only use it on one Mac at a time. Therefore, if you are moving from one computer to another while having a regular CleanMyMac 3 license, you need to deactivate the license: Open the activated version of CleanMyMac 3.

Who owns Clean Mac?

Oleksandr Kosovan
CleanMyMac is produced by MacPaw, a software developer that was founded 12 years ago by Oleksandr Kosovan, a student from Ukraine.

How many computers can I have on CleanMyMac?

The MacPaw Store offers CleanMyMac licenses for one, two, or five Macs (if you need more, just say): the more devices it covers, the more you save. So, it’s a good opportunity to take care of your loved ones, friends, and colleagues. Particularly, if you have a MacPaw account, where sharing is but a piece of cake.

Why does my Mac run so hot?

Why does my Mac get so hot? Software and hardware issues alike can cause MacBooks to overheat. Although older machines tend to run hot more often, even the latest MacBook models will heat up when memory-intensive tasks overburden the processor, or when internal fans malfunction.