8 thoughts on “App Fixer

    1. I don’t see any obvious functional changes in Sierra that would affect App Fixer.

      That said, Sierra is still in very early beta release and we have not begun updating our apps for macos 10.12. If you run App Fixer in Sierra and discover any bugs, you should report them to Apple. They will (so they say…) pass them on to us.

  1. What differences does it have from buying a license or not buying a license?? I really like the simplicity of this genius software and will donate / support / purchase a license to thank the developer for solving my needs… however I am curious as to why the developer hasn’t put a CAP on this such as a 30 Day Free trial then user has to buy a license or something??

    I just want to know what does the software do once been purchased? any changes or advantages?

    1. Thanks for reminding me about this, We need to update the wording, as it’s not really a license you’re buying (there is no licensing change between a registered and unregistered version), but a registration key. The app is Shareware, and the only reasons to buy a key are i. to support continued work on the app; and ii. to remove the nag window.

      I will fix the wording on this in the next update.

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