The Application Optimizer for Mac OS X.
A utility that optimizes Mac OS X applications. It reduces the size of embedded text files or removes language files for foreign languages.
Optimization results can be previewed in a statistical overview:
You open your chosen target applications in Applimizer. They will be analysed and the results are previewed in the main window.
You can optimize applications one-by-one or all at once. The different optimization techniques can be enabled or disabled as required.
Embedded plug-ins, frameworks or other bundles are optimized as well.
07 July 2004
Languages: English (British and U.S.)
Mac OS X, 10.1 or later
1 MB HD space
Applimizer can remove any language localization that you are not using. If you only ever use English, all the other languages only use up megabytes of disk space.
Embedded Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) help documents contain a lot more information than is actually shown. Using a clever optimization technique, these files can be reduced in size without changing their visual appearance.
These files contain texts such as warning messages. Virtually all of these files are unnecessarily big and can therefore be reduced.
Used by Cocoa applications to define their windows (NIB files). Again, there is redundant space that can be removed from these files.
If an application contains both Classic and Native code, you can remove the Classic code using Applimizer.
When browsing the contents of an application package in the Finder, a number of temporary files are created. None of these are required and can be safely removed by Applimizer.