“Just about every Mac owner I’ve met has stated a high level of, dare I say, affection for their Macs. And when you enjoy something this much, it is especially painful when it doesn’t work. We developed Chores to give your Mac the best chance of running well every day,” said Jon Guild, Vice President of Product Management.
With some other maintenance programs, the burden is on the user to understand the maintenance process and to run the maintenance activities. With Chores, the burden is on Chores to understand the maintenance process and to run the maintenance activities. Users make a few decisions initially, and let Chores worry about the rest, every day, week, and month afterwards.
“Quite a lot of people have several maintenance programs, but let’s admit something: running maintenance programs is no joy. We’ve developed Chores to move the maintenance burden from the owner to the machine,” said Guild.
Chores can be downloaded immediately, and trialled for 30 days. In addition, Chores (introductory price: US$25) carries a 60-day money-back guarantee, so users have a total of 90 days to ensure their satisfaction with the product. Chores is suitable for PowerPC and Intel Macs running OS X versions 10.2 through 10.4.
More information about Chores is available here.